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Hope's Story

9 years old

Cerebral palsy

Follow Updates

Meet Hope

Hope’s bright smile lights up every room she’s in. She is full of spunk! Hope loves to be sung to and tickled, and we love the gift of caring for her.


Recent Updates

Hope was the cutest Minnie Mouse at our Fall Festival! She looked adorable all dressed up, and she wore the biggest smile as she paraded through all the different booths. She especially liked getting her face painted with a big, red heart!

We recently celebrated Hope turning 9 years old, and we were so excited to be able to celebrate her! Hope radiates happiness and light, and her bright smile is full of joy. Happy birthday, sweet Hope. We love you!

Hope never fails to make us smile. She has a big heart and is full of joy. This summer, Hope’s days have been filled with new friends who have visited on Show Hope trips, and walks outside enjoying the sunshine!

We’re thankful for a great physical therapy team here at Maria’s, and Hope has been enjoying working on standing with the help of some new equipment. We are grateful to be able to provide her with these opportunities to grow stronger.

We wish you could hear the laugh that almost always accompanies Hope’s radiant smile. We love Hope very much, and we pray expectantly for what her future holds.

Hope is beautiful, and we love her very much. Her joyful spirit runs deep.

It’s been a fun fall for Hope. We celebrated the season with a festival where the children dressed up in costumes, listened to fun music, made a cute pumpkin craft, and got to collect treats from different caregivers around the room. The kids loved it, and Hope dressed up as a beautiful princess complete with a sparkly tiara, fancy pink and purple dress, and even her very own castle that wrapped around her wheelchair! Hope was radiant as always, and she had a great time during all the festivities.

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