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

Micah
JD5_3956_crop.jpgWhen one year-old Micah began repetitively spinning the wheels of his toy car and avoiding eye contact, mom Natasha feared something was wrong with her little boy...Read More




Serenity
JD8_5576_crop.jpgLike most eight year-olds, Serenity knows what she wants. But unlike most kids her age, she can’t tell you with words. Serenity has 19 different diagnoses, but her primary condition is Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum...Read More




Grace
At the age of 2, Grace Turnbull was diagnosed with a rare form of osteogenesis imperfecta, a genetic disorder that causes bones to become very weak and break easily. Grace's parents had to carry her on a pillow for fear the slightest movement could cause a significant break...Read More



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



Jonathan
When Jonathan Hotham was three years-old, he could not talk, had frequent meltdowns and would often bang his head against hard surfaces when frustrated. Concerned about his behavior Jonathan’s parents, Ken and Vanessa, turned to ErinoakKids...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



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
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