Caleb is part of a very loving family, with parents dedicated to his health and progress.
His therapists at the Britain Infant Development Center (where he receives physical, occupational, speech therapies – and participates in toddler class) recommended to Caleb’s parents that an iPad was needed to support his speech and fine motor development. This is not an expense covered by insurance, and wasn’t something his parents could act on immediately.
His therapists explained that with a child as young as Caleb, visual scanning is very important. It is one of the building blocks for further development and learning. In other words, the sooner, the better.
Through the generosity of Variety supporters and partners, we were able to provide these needed tools for Caleb – and some much needed support for his parents. Can you think of anything more rewarding than helping a child so eager to learn? Give to Varietykc.org