Tosia, a three year old from Lethbridge, suffered a stroke when she was only two days old leaving her with cerebral palsy, hemiparesis, symptomatic epilepsy and significant motor delays. In her first month, Tosia fought for her life in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. She was also diagnosed with dislocated hips right after birth. Tosia is under constant care of physiotherapist, speech therapist, occupational therapist as well as a group of doctors. Despite all the physiotherapy and other care, Tosia is neither sitting nor walking. A surgery available at the St.Louis Missouri's Children's Hospital called SDR (Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy) is the first step to help Tosia walk. The Ricky Ryp Foundation has donated $10,000 to help make her dream come true. The total raised is over $55,000 and her first surgery is booked at the end of April. You can learn more about Tosia at her facebook page Together for Tosia.