Meet three-year-old Silas. This little boy has big-sized barriers. He was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and Spastic Quadriplegia, and as a result Silas cannot verbally communicate. Furthermore, while most other kids can enjoy their favorite foods, Silas is only capable of eating using a tube. Nothing stops him, however, from being playful and happy.
Silas loves anything that gets his heart pumping and adrenaline rushing. If a ride moves fast, Silas wants to go faster. If a swing flies high, it’s still too low for the fearless boy. On days when Silas slows down, he loves listening to the ABC’s song and watching his favorite cartoon Super Why. Silas also just started attending pre-k at a special school.
Silas needs an adaptive tricycle. This will help him to gain muscle strength while doing a fun activity with his friends. Please help Silas get the therapy and achieve the inclusion that will open up a whole new world for him!