CDH Support

    Dealing with CDH is hard. It changes our lives forever. Grieving families mourn always. Families of survivors struggle and grieve over the loss of dreams. Family and friends aren't quite sure what to do. CHERUBS is run by volunteers - parents, grandparents, survivors and medical care providers who have personally dealt with Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia. We haven't read it in a book or on a blog - we have personally lived it and when we say that we understand, we truly do.  

Expecting Parents

We know it's overwhelming learning that your child has Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia. You're not alone. CHERUBS is here to help you through your journey.

Expecting Parent Resources

Grieving Parents

CHERUBS offers grieving parents a safe place of support where we understand what a broken heart feels like.

Grieving Parent Resources

 

CDH Survivors

CHERUBS has the world's largest long-term database, as well as a wealth of information and support through our over 3000 members.

Survivor Resources

Honor Your Cherub

Positive ways to honor your cherub's memory and ways to help other CDH families as well.

Honoring Your Cherub

 

News from CHERUBS

Featured Cherub: Sofia Marie Carman

Featured Cherub of the Week is Sofia Marie Carman, she is the daughter of Steve and Katie Carman. 

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CHERUBS Annual Blue Jays Get Together, April 27, 2019

Save the date!  The annual Blue Jays Get Together is scheduled for April 27, 2019. Canada International Representative, Amanda Plakholm, is in the process of organizing a CHERUBS Get Together for families at the Toronto Blue Jays game on Saturday, April 27, 2019. The game is at 3:07pm against the Oakland A's. This is the 5th annual Cherubs Blue Jays Game gathering, where CDH families and friends can come together to raise CDH Awareness. To reach Amanda please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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Featured Cherub: Steven Hilario Lagunas

Featured cherub of the week is Steven Hilario Lagunas. He is the son of Berenice and Steven Lagunas. He fought so hard for 6 months, a warrior in every sense of the word.  From Steven's GoFundMe page, "Steven was a beautiful boy with a personality that shines brighter than the sun. His smile and his long eyelashes stole everyone’s heart. He smiled regardless of what he was going through. He truly is the strongest little boy we knew. Although our time with him was cut short he will be incredibly missed and loved forever. The time spent with him will forever be cherished."

The following is shared by cherub Steven's mom:

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