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Tamara

Tamara’s Story

Numotion Brand Ambassador Karen Roy, introduces us to Numotion customer and Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana 2019, Tamara.

Donovan

Donovan’s Story

Donovan is an adventurous two-year-old who loves playing with his six siblings and being outside. He was diagnosed with Spina Bifida myelomeningocele, the most severe form of Spina Bifida, at 20 weeks while still in Utero.

Elizabeth

Elizabeth’s Story

Elizabeth and her family have been supported by Numotion, who introduced the family to complex rehab technology like custom seating for her wheelchair, activity chair and a device that allows Elizabeth to keep her head in place. Numotion Assistive Technology Professional, Lindsey, has been instrumental in discovering new solutions to some of Elizabeth’s needs.

Elliot

Elliot’s Story

Elliot is a happy three-year-old who loves swinging and being outside. At seven months, Elliot started having seizures and was diagnosed with infantile spasms which caused severe developmental delays. Several months later Elliot was given the official diagnosis of cerebral palsy.

AJ

AJ’s Story

AJ is a spunky, silly, and energetic two-year-old from Eau Claire, WI. AJ loves Elmo, music, and fire trucks. At 13 months, he was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, but it never slowed AJ down.

Greg

Greg’s Story

A freak accident on the ski slopes of Colorado last year left Greg paralyzed from the waist down. Despite his injury, Greg's determination to stay active never wavered and he has found new ways to do just that.

Hattie

Hattie’s Story

Hattie loves music and her dogs. She is two years old and has overcome obstacles already. Hattie received a stander and activity chair from Numotion.

Hayden

Hayden’s Story

Hayden is a sweet five-year-old who is smart and very caring to others. She is currently in kindergarten and loves to play t-ball and spend time with her family, especially at the beach or pool. According to her mom, Hanna, “Hayden has a few things that make her extra special – one is Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome (BWS).”

Heidi

Heidi’s Story

Heidi is a congenital quadrilateral amputee meaning she was born without the lower part of her arms or legs. But that has never stopped her from excelling at anything she sets her mind to accomplish.

Jamie

Jamie’s Story

Jamie is a 53 year-old-man with SMA. He has a lot of interests in life and is driven to learn and build things. He especially loves computers because they allow him to do the same things as everyone else.

Jojo

Jojo’s Story

Jojo is a happy, third-grader who loves music and school. Despite being born at 33 weeks his mom had a seemingly normal pregnancy. Sometime after he was born he suffered a grade four brain bleed that resulted in an official diagnosis of spastic cerebral palsy at one year old.

Karen

Karen’s Story

In April, 2017, Karen was referred to a neurologist after experiencing unexplained weakness that was progressing. Nothing could have prepared her for the neurologist’s preliminary diagnosis of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).