Weston’s parents were nervous when they found out their son had double inlet left ventricle, a congenital heart defect. “We had so much emotion,” says Weston’s mom. “We didn’t know what we needed because we had no idea what was in store.”
The staff at Phoenix Children’s supported Weston’s family, giving them the knowledge and confidence to care for his condition. “In time, it got better,” says his mom, “he’s getting stronger and healthier.” His dad adds, “You would never know he’s been through four heart surgeries!”
Watch now to hear Weston’s parents describe their family’s journey through it all.
One out of every 100 children is born with a heart defect. Now is the time to invest in Phoenix Children’s Center for Heart Care—for Arizona’s children, and for patients like Weston everywhere.