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Van Lift will Change this Teenager's Life Kelvon is a seventeen-year-old with spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy, seizure disorder, and static encephalopathy. He is totally home bound and relies on others for all his care. His family has done an...read more
Bath Safety for Child with Disability Nikolas was born with a condition called Lenz Microphthalmia, it's a very rare condition with no prognosis. His condition makes his life quite complicated and he is unable to do anything on his own. He can roll over...read more
Hypophosphatasia: Communication struggles Little Randi has hypophosphatasia and is vent-dependent. She relies on gestures to communicate, but seems to comprehend well. Her therapists feel she would benefit from a PRC Accent Communication device that could...read more
Williams Syndrome and the Need for Exercise Leyla has Williams Syndrome resulting in low muscle tone and limitations in both strength and posture. Her family is determined to provide opportunities for inclusion for Leyla and supports her development in...read more
Living with Spina Bifida Myelomeningocele Adin has Spina Bifida Myelomeningocele, paralyzing him below the knees. He is eleven years old and has three older siblings, all very active. Using a hand operated recumbent bike, Adin could get out and ride bikes...read more
Living with Developmental Delays & Language Impairment Dannia is toddler diagnosed with developmental delays and language impairment (Autism). Her therapists and family have noticed that she is beginning to pick up words and phrases through electronics. An...read more
The Liberation of Communication Devices Can you imagine being a teenage boy and not being able to communicate all your thoughts, needs and wants? Christian is completely non-verbal and unable to express himself in a positive way. His therapists recommend a...read more
Giving the Gift of Communication Adysen is just four, but she is completely captivated with learning apps. She has a number of disabilities, including cerebral palsy and epilepsy, and Adysen is non-verbal. As bright as she is, not being able to communicate is really...read more
What Love and Communication can Achieve Zander had a rough start in life, including being born addicted to drugs. He has multiple health challenges, but he has a loving adoptive family there for support! Because he is non-verbal, Zander needs a tablet to...read more
Toddler takes on the world with the help of an Amtryke Kayeden is a toddler with a competitive streak! After watching his younger sister start walking, he is anxious to get up and moving too! He has been using an Amtryke bike at the Lee Ann Britain Center...read more
Adaptive Bike - Vehicle to Inclusion and Mobility Izack is such a happy little guy, just look at his picture! He’s the youngest of three boys and until recently he has been content to watch his brothers ride their bikes. Recently Izack had a chance to ride...read more
The Difference Communication Can Make Kimmy is a sweet and kind young lady who is cared for by her grandparents. Because of her motor and communication deficits, Kimmy relies on full time care and continual therapy. An iPad would help her to communicate...read more
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