Samuel gets new adaptive tricycle!
Hooray for 4 year-old Samuel! He now has an adaptive tricycle! He was diagnosed with cerebral palsy and has several limitations, including the inability to communicate with speech. Mom describes him as a happy boy who always smiles, regardless of his illness.
Samuel’s perfect afternoon includes watching Mickey Mouse cartoons while eating his favorite lunch, hot soup with refreshing tea. During bedtime, Samuel and his mom sing lullabies. He especially likes “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star.” The song ends and Samuel’s sweet mom kisses his forehead. Blessings come in many ways. Mom spends her life with a disabled child whose heart is peaceful. The contrast is a lesson in strength, and she wouldn’t change a thing.
Samuel’s adaptive tricycle will give him the opportunity to exercise at home and will improve his leg strength and stamina. We are so happy for Samuel!