Take Care of Maya (2023)

Take Care of Maya (2023)

Director Henry Roosevelt’s Take Care of Maya documents the real-life horror inflicted on 10-year-old Maya Kowalski and her family by one of the most reputed medical facility in the United States, the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida.

The documentary takes viewers through the pain Maya suffered from her medical diagnosis of complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). But what she and her family suffered at the hands of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital and simultaneously at the hands of the authorities was nothing less than hell forced into their lives. Maya was taken hostage by the medical system that in contraindication with the state’s child protection services. As her family was banned from making decisions and even seeing Maya, the justice system failed the affected family. The mental anguish led Maya’s mother to commit suicide.

Take Care of Maya details how this medical abuse was aggravated by the judicial system that enabled the medical establishment and stonewalled the parents of the child. And Maya isn’t the only victim of this well-connected establishment; many other families were found to be going through the same pattern of medial abuse of their parental rights.

As Maya and her family still await their voices to be heard in the court of law, this film alarms all families of young children against blindly trusting the medical establishment or even expecting timely justice from the judicial system.

If you haven’t seen Take Care of Maya, make sure you mark it as the next film on your to-watch list. It is a movie that seeks justice and brings awareness against life-threatening medical abuse of children and their families.

IMDb Page: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt27542448/

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