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Hunter's HOPE for a Bright Future

HT Hunter is a typical four-year-old. He loves to play in the water, watch Sesame Street and loves cookies! Hunter was born with Achondroplasia, a bone growth disorder that results in very short limbs. He is making tremendous progress at Easter Seals and his future is bright!
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Meet Landon

little boy looking at the camera Landon reached a developmental MILESTONE - to independently walk up and down a flight of stairs, using a rail for support, to move in his home environment.
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Meet Max

Smiling child Maximilian Pepino is a vibrant, wonderful little boy. He was diagnosed with Down Syndrome while his mom, Sarah, was pregnant. He started receiving therapy at three months old, and is thriving! He currently receives feeding and speech therapy at Easter Seals. He is learning to feed him-self, and has recently added 8 new words in sign language. His communication skills have grown immensely since starting at Easter Seals, we are so thankful for their programs!
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Meet Tyler

Tyler holding cup Tyler first came to Easterseals at age 10 months when he was screened at his daycare and they noticed he fisted his left hand when he crawled. He was referred to Easterseals and diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Tyler began receiving physical and occupational therapy at Easterseals and is doing great. He has recently learned how to shoot a shotgun with his dad and tie his shoes in a double knot. He enjoys playing with tractors and eating chicken nuggets.
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