Congenital CMV was a completely unknown risk to Lisa & T.J. before they received the shocking diagnosis of severe fetal infection at 23 weeks into their second pregnancy.
Because of early detection and access to excellent care and treatment options, their daughter, Georgia, was born much stronger than doctors predicted. Despite multiple disabilities and challenges due to the brain differences caused by cCMV, Georgia continues to exceed expectations and spark joy for those around her.
Since experiencing their own journey with cCMV, the Robinsons have become determined to advocate for greater awareness, prevention, detection and management of this common condition. They are driven by the belief that every family deserves the knowledge and care that is needed to improve outcomes for each child.
Lisa is a Speech-Language Pathologist working in early education. T.J. has a degree in Mechanical Engineering, and together they own & operate a small business in Innisfail, AB, specializing in flooring and renovation services.