Trinton is the youngest in his family and has been diagnosed with severe dysarthria and is nonverbal. A PCR communication device would allow him to communicate with his loving family….his teachers and therapists, family. He’s been introduced to the device and is very motivated to work with it. Having a device of his own would increase his potential for learning and communication….and most importantly, interacting with his family! Variety KC donors believe that every kid should have a “voice” and came together to raise the funds for Trinton’s own PCR communication device. There are so many area kids, just like Trinton, who live in a world of frustration and anxiety because they can’t communicate their needs – help Variety KC to help them find their “voices” too – donate today at https://varietykc.org/donate/