Camden was born completely deaf. He first began to interact with the world of sound as a 13-month-old, after he underwent surgery to receive cochlear implants in both ears. Camden’s parents brought him to ChildServe to partner with a team of experts who could help him make the most of his cochlear implants.
Rachel is a spirited 21-year old whose smile can light up a room. She was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy at birth and required services and special support. Sheila, Rachel’s case manager, has partnered with Rachel and her family for over 12 years.
Even the most carefully laid plans can change in an instant. For 18-year old Chase, a car accident in December of his senior year of high school changed almost every aspect of his life.
Going above and beyond is all in a day’s work for ChildServe staff members when a “great life” moment is on the line. When Zach wanted to vote in the 2016 Presidential Election, they worked with a local electoral official and arranged transportation and care to help him get to and from an early-voting satellite location.
After Jairika’s car crash, she noticed she didn’t quite feel the same. She had headaches, difficulty focusing and lost sensation in part of her left leg and foot. She didn’t have confidence walking or driving because she could no longer visually scan her area and react quickly.