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Lillie’s Story

Lillie is a lover of water and bubbles. She was diagnosed with a rare genetic condition called DDX3X Syndrome.


Mario’s Story

Mario was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee. At the age of fifteen, he suffered a spinal cord injury during a high school football game. This injury left him paralyzed from the neck down. Despite his injury, Mario has turned his situation into something positive and impactful.


Marley’s Story

Marley was diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) Type II at eighteen months old. While being in a chair can be frustrating at times, Marley values her powerchair and the mobility and independence it provides.


Carlee’s Story

Carlee was born in 2008 weighing nine pounds – her mom, Kelli, describes her first year as “typical.” “Carlee crawled, could stand some, but she didn’t walk and run like her brother had done,” said Kelli. “At around 15 months, I just knew something was wrong.”


Aydin’s Story

Aydin was born premature six weeks early as a result of a placenta eruption. Prior to birth, doctors determined that Aydin had a club foot and would need surgery once he was born to help straighten it. While the surgery went well, his parents noticed over time that he was delayed in meeting developmental milestones.


Matt’s Story

Paralyzed in a high school hockey game, the moment Matt crashed headfirst into the boards his life changed in a huge way. But his confidence never wavered. Matt's "Never Quit" attitude allowed him to finish high school, graduate from college, become a well respected motivational speaker and now, his most recent achievement, author of a book.


Mckenna’s Story

Meet Mckenna, a fifteen-year-old junior in high school who has a passion for soccer and loves spending time with her friends. One year ago she was injured in a jet-ski accident where she broke her neck. Her story and courage inspired so many people not only in her area but around the country and she was named the 2019 SheBelieves Hero by the US Women’s Soccer team.


Parker’s Story

Parker is an energetic five-year-old from Palmyra, PA diagnosed with spastic cerebral palsy. When Parker started preschool, it became clear that he would need new equipment that would fulfill his and his parents’ needs. Numotion helped Parker’s family find the perfect fit and he received what he calls his “Blue Racer” manual wheelchair in the summer of 2018.


Ryan’s Story

Ryan, 16, lost control of his vehicle while trying to avoid a bicyclist on Gayton Road in Henrico County on November 8, 2017.


Seth’s Story

With the help of his mobility technology, he has been able to attend sporting events and concerts but his most recent accomplishment is graduating from college. Seth is a recent graduate from Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee with a major in Theology and Bible Studies.


Tessa’s Story

Tessa is a twin who loves baby dolls, animals and music. She and her brother were born at 24 weeks and had a long stay in the NICU. Tessa had three brain surgeries because of a brain bleed which resulted in her official diagnosis of cerebral palsy around eighteen months old.


Todd’s Story

Todd has been a Numotion customer for 15 years. In the last couple of years he has worked closely with Numotion Service Coordinator, “Mrs. Tina” for any necessary repairs to his manual chair.  Last month Todd received his first power wheelchair from Numotion.