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.
At just 18 months old, Charlie has learned that a boy’s best friend is a cool set of wheels. Charlie was born with a heart defect that required him to be in the hospital for the first eight months of his life.
When Hattie was born, she could fit in the palms of your hands. After 18 weeks in the NICU, Hattie and her parents were referred to ChildServe’s Developmental Clinic to help monitor her progress and educate her parents on her physical, emotional and nutritional needs.
For many families, mealtime is about spending quality time together. But at Hunter’s house, mealtime was a constant source of stress. Touching, smelling or even looking at a food he didn’t like made Hunter run away or melt down at the table.
“Irresistibly” cute is what many are saying about young Kellan. With his catchy slogan t-shirts and constant smirk, he doesn’t need any help stealing the show, yet his freshly painted helmet brings him some additional attention these days.