The first year of Eric’s life was an emotional roller coaster for his entire family, filled with medical tests and lab work. By 9 months of age, Eric had been diagnosed with delayed muscle development.
Over 750 participants from 76 teams participated in a fun night out at the ballpark and a 1.3 mile scenic stroll around the Sweetheart Trail winding through City Island and Riverside Parks in Daytona Beach. Great ending with a picnic and a Tortugas game! View the pictures!
Speaker Dr. Karen Pryor will delve further into the layers of the brain and how neuroplasticity techniques can rewire neutral pathways around damaged areas. Contact Dorothy Lefford, at 386-944-7856, via email firstname.lastname@example.org or register online www.esnecfl.org.
Disabilities have become increasingly complex in the 21st century. The definition of disability itself is broader, going beyond the physical to include emotional, intellectual, social and educational issues. Read more about our new name and modern, inspirational face-lift.
If you have these items, please donate them to the Equipment Loan Closet. Simply drop off the equipment weekdays between 9 a.m. 4 p.m., or call to arrange a pickup of large items or large quantities of items. Call 386-944-7821.
Joey's Gift Respite Care
With the demands and strain of the extra care you give your loved one with special needs, do you ever feel like you could just use a simple break? Take a healthy break for four hours on designated Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 pm.
Medical equipment available at the Equipment Loan Closet
Need medical equipment? Come to the Equipment Loan Closet. If the item requested is available, use it for six months or longer at no charge. Call 386-944-7821. Donate your unused medical equipment. Thank you!