“Chloe has made the most progress being successful at home and at school. She’s gotten better at expressing her emotions, which is hard for her if she doesn’t really understand them,” said Leslie Rogers, Chloe’s speech therapist of three years. “We’ve come a long way there.”
Chloe, now 13, still receives regular speech therapy from ChildServe. She has improved her skills interacting with others and continues to learn how to process her own emotions. She participates in volleyball and basketball at her school and is a member of the 4-H club. Chloe’s love for horses has never faded. In fact, she now owns her own yearling and belongs to a program that allows her to interact with peers who share her love for horses. The program allows Chloe to ride and care for her own horse.
“I cannot express how ChildServe has changed our lives,” says Mindi. “Chloe hasn’t had a meltdown in I can’t tell you how long. She still has her unique interests, but that’s what makes her beautiful.”
ChildServe improves the health and well-being of 4,600 children each year through specialized clinical, home, and community-based programs and services. We serve children with developmental delays, disabilities, injuries, and other special healthcare needs.