Sharing “I CAN!” Attitudes: Jada
Jada is a stroke survivor with low muscle tone, significant developmental delays & visual impairment. In this photo, Jada was a fairly new walker and we didn’t know if she would be able to walk the length of the aisle at her grand mother’s wedding – especially without the support of her ankle braces. With the guidance of her twin sister, Maya, Jada walked the entire aisle without falling or getting distracted!
~ Niki Marsden. (Proud Mom)
FUN day out!
We had our very first full day outing with our two special needs boys! It w as even better because there was no fighting, no stress, no melt-downs, and no medical issues; only happiness and laughter! My older son (who is autistic) said it w as the best day of his life. All thanks to Disney Sea!
~ Shanna N. (Proud Mom)
After years of not wanting (scared) to get on an elevator, he did it!!! You have no idea how much easier this is to get around…Drs. offices, hospitals, hotels, shopping!!
~ Roxanne M. (Proud Mom)
S is for School and Straw
My daughter enjoys school and has adapted well to being there all day.
~ Abbyy C. (Proud Mom)
My son is 12 will be 13 next month. He got his 1st degree black belt and is State Champion in 8 events and District Champion in 5 events. I am so proud of him. He has worked very hard for these accomplishments.
~ Susan W.(Proud Mom)
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Proud Moments can be any time that you have been extremely proud of your child with special needs. I t can be when they are giving it their a ll or reaching a milestone. We share Triumphs every Tuesday on Facebook or send via email to email@example.com
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