Inspiring life despite a diagnosis
During a routine ultrasound, Madison and Ty found there was something was wrong with their baby boy. When they went to the specialist, they were told their babys bladder was large, and his kidneys we
First signs something was wrong Erika and Steve first noticed something was different with their son Blaise when he was 18 months old. Erika recalled, He went to daycare and we would go in and not
utero something was wrong and were candid about their worries and stress. When Hadley was born all of that changed.
for good. She is a fierce advocate by paving the way for future research to help others who may receive the same diagnosis.
Dani and her family fought hard to receive an official diagnosis for her daughter Hayden. After many specialists they finally received a diagnosis of DDX3X. So rare that there that at that time ther
Carrie was only 22 years old when she received the unexpected news that her son, Luke, was born with several disabilities. She lived far away from family, and single was single.
Wrayanne was a first time mom when she learned her daughter, Morgan, was born with a rare severe epileptic seizure disorder. Wrayanne was candid about her struggles and her hopes for Morgans future.
Lily was born at 24 weeks gestation weighing only one pound. Lily is a twin and unfortunately, her sister was stillborn. Lily has Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia. Her mom, Jess talks about the grief of losing a child while dealing with the news her daughte...
In this episode, we dive into the history surrounding the formation of the Special Olympics. We interview Rebecca Ralston, who is the director of the Young Athletes Program of The International Special Olympics.
Amy Jandrisevits created A Doll Like Me, so kids with physical differences could love and cherish their very own doll that looked exactly like them. She personally makes each doll by hand, and to date she has raised more than $225,