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)
~ Roxanne M. (Proud Mom)
S is for School and Straw
~ 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)
Share a Proud Moment with us Next Issue!
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 protected]
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This post originally appeared on our September/October 2017 Magazine