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How two teachers from Alba Iulia ended up setting up a national pediatric center

Maria Beatrice’s parents are fighting to give a chance to thousands of other children who are born prematurely in Romania and need recovery.

Text by Vlad Odobescu

Iulia and Sebastian Onac met in high school, and after that their lives took them in different directions for a while. However, they both became teachers — she of English, he of computer science — and they met again at a baccalaureate exam. From there their relationship bonded and they formed a family.

Their baby girl, Maria Beatrice was born in August 2008, earlier than it should have been. At birth he received a general diagnosis: neuromotor development disorder. When he was one year old, the final diagnosis came: cerebral palsy. This means that Maria Beatrice cannot coordinate her movements properly, she cannot walk or talk. “When such a diagnosis is made for your child, you don’t really realize what’s happening,” says Sebastian Onac.

“There are no limits when you are at the limit”… “There are no limits when you are at the limit”…

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