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Our Sweet Myah

Myah just turned 3. I am ecstatic to say that just tonight, she said "Hi!" It has been a long 21 months without her voice, but tonight, we heard it again. Her Daddy and I are so proud!

Bailey's Story

"Bailey hit developmental milestones early, sitting and crawling at 5 months. The pediatrician told us she might walk by 7 months if she continued to develop at that rate. Bailey took pity on us and waited until 9 months. She didn't babble. Starting at around 7 months she started refusing to breastfeed..."

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Prevention is key to keeping a child on the spectrum safe from wandering. The "Big Red Safety Box" contains home alarms for doors, shoe IDs for children to wear (both now better quality to be longer-lasting), visual aid stop signs for the child to understand not to open doors, silicone wristbands, as well as many written material and forms to share information about the wanderer with family, friends, and law enforcement. Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ provide one Big Red Safety Box to a family to help keep children who show this behavior safe. Thank you!
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