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David
10 years old

Cerebral Palsy

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Meet David

David is a darling boy with a kind heart and sweet smile. We are honored to have the gift of caring for him!

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David recently celebrated his 10th birthday! We are so proud of how far he’s come in the time we’ve known him. He is a light to all he meets, and his smile and laughter make all of our days brighter. Will you pray for David this year as he continues to grow?

David hasn’t let the change in seasons slow him down. The occasional addition of a pool day to his summer routine is more than okay with him. His big smile and deep belly laugh are clear signs that being in the water is his happy place.

David loves to go fast. In his wheelchair, his teacher, friends, and therapist will race him down the hallways as his laughter echoes throughout the halls. He gets so excited that he will continue to giggle well after the race is finished. We’re constantly encouraged by David’s joy and bravery.

David is able to benefit from physical therapy and we are so proud of the strides he’s made. He has an easy-going attitude and works hard with a smile. His favorite parts of PT are stretching and when his physical therapist dances with him. Thank you for your prayers and support as we care for David.

David has the opportunity to attend preschool at Maria’s Big House of Hope and he loves it! He enjoys laying on his belly atop the classroom’s climbing rainbow. His teacher helps him onto it, and then he expresses his joy with a big grin.

David was welcomed into our care a few months ago, and we have enjoyed getting to know him. David has a sweet personality, and darling smile. We feel honored to care for him, and are excited for the opportunity to learn more about all the gifts, talents, interests, and qualities that make David uniquely who he is.

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