The new hashtag #HenryStrong has appeared in messages of hope for Henry.
Henry’s first words to his mom when his breathing tube was removed were “I’m hungry.” Can you imagine? How amazing this young boy is.
Henry is home and doing well according to his mom, Karen Sembdner. If you are a victim of bullying or know someone who is – get help.
There are people out there who care. Calling 1.866.488.7386 will put you in touch with someone at the Trevor Lifeline who will listen and not judge.
Support continues to pour in for 7th grader Henry Sembdner… he suffered skull fractures after a violent attack in his middle school in South Elgin…#abc7chicago #11amNews
Posted by Judy Hsu ABC7 on Tuesday, February 7, 2017
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