Meet three-year-old Noah. Sadly, he was born six weeks premature and spent three months in intensive care. He was diagnosed with cerebral palsy and epilepsy. Noah has suffered through many frightening seizures. He is completely dependent on his family for all daily living skills. He has more challenges but remains a cheerful child.
Noah has numerous ways of enjoying his life. He is a fan of Sesame Street. He listens to encouraging Christian music. Noah has fun playing on the swings, going on picnics, or floating weightlessly and painlessly in water. Most of all, Noah loves hugs, cuddles, and kisses. This resilient boy is always smiling during these activities and at all times between. He is aptly named, too. Noah defines peace, and he is our inspiration.
Noah received a special tomato activity chair to provide proper support and comfort while joining his family during quality time and for therapy time. Special thanks to his sponsor the Freeburg Foundation for making this chair a possibility for Noah!