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Stories

Our clients, families and staff inspire us every day. Read just a few of the stories below to see why.

Jacob
When Dawn's daughter Dennell was a child, it was hard to navigate life as a parent of a child with special needs. Today, Dennell has two kids of her own and the family is once again navigating with a child with special needs – but the experience is completely different...Read More
Lauryn
Hours after her birth in July 2015, Lauryn's parents, Mark and Stacey , agreed to have their daughter’s hearing tested as part of a routine hearing screening test. They did not expect a problem, but the screeningindicated their daughter had a possible hearing loss...Read More
Niko
At the age of 3, Nikodem (Niko) can now use his right hand to grasp objects, and is learning to use it more in the tasks of everyday life. He works at the job and his progress shows. It is hard to believe that two short years ago he could barely use it at all...Read More
Richelle
When Richelle was 3, her mother, Adaobi noticed she was not interacting with other children her age, or even adults, let alone talking. It was a marked difference from her twin sister Richlynn who easily engaged with others and was speaking in full sentences...Read More
Christina
Rosanna Chatlani knew how frustrating it was to grow up with a fluency disorder. So did her husband, Chris. It meant that their brains were working faster than their mouths. They had so many thoughts and ideas, but they came out through stutters, false starts and many filler words... Read More
 
 
 

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Did you know that children who are blind learn about the parts of objects first because that is what they feel with their hands as they explore?  Children who are able to see learn about an object, such as a chair, then learn about the parts of the object, such as the seat, back and legs.

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