Wheelchair Update

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6 Responses

  1. Patricia Allen says:

    Great to see! Go Aidan!. P

  2. Jim says:

    Wonderful explanation Heather. Everyones situation is unique, we have to educate ourselves the best we can and make the most logical decision based on needs and desires. You and Garreth have made many decisions in regard to Aidan’s life, more than most of can imagine, you have done an incredible job of giving your son the very best opportunities life can offer. Aidan is in such wonderful, loving, caring hands and those hands will guarantee that when the next challenge comes along, it will not be looked upon as a barrier, but rather an obstacle, and then we will hear how you have maneuvered your way around it. You teach all of us such valuable life lessons, thank you.

  3. Hi Heather, I’m a paediatric physio very new to blogging but enjoying having a place to put my own soap box. My blog is about anything developmental that I’m thinking about at a given moment in time and at this moment in time I’m thinking about powered mobility for toddlers with cerebral palsy as I have a couple in my clinic that are at that stage. I love what you have written here. It’s so good to hear it from a parents perspective. Your blog is fabulous to read and your Aidan is just gorgeous!

  4. Jenni says:

    I may have cried a little bit. Way to go Aiden! I am so proud of you!

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