When we got to the health centre we were seen by a clinician who thought that Sausto might have meningitis so he referred him to QECH but before we left they gave him some injections and we were taken to the hospital in an ambulance.
When we got to the hospital we were helped very fast, as we had come by ambulance we were given first priority. Sausto was taken into an emergency room because of his condition and the doctors thought that he did have meningitis because of the signs he was showing: a stiff neck, headache, high fever and he was convulsing. The doctors quickly did the lumber puncture and some other tests and said they thought he had meningitis and malaria.
We have spent almost a month in hospital and the doctors have given him some injections and other medicine and he has started to recover but he has suffered from after effects. At the moment he can't walk and is now learning to sit down, he is learning to speak and he cannot see using the left eye.