Today, Mr. Baha found my amazon wishlist and purchased a lot of of my toys! Thank you so much Mr. Baha!
Hello everybody, I just wanted to say that I have recently made the new wish list for my annual donation to MD Anderson. My goal is 75 donations. Mr. Kevin Long a director for MD Anderson said that he loved watching the patients zooming down the hallways on their plasma cars, trikes and razor scooters. I would like for this to happen again except with more patients. To see my wish list just go to Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/search/ref=nav_wishlist_find and just search for Pedals of Courage and it should come up. Please make sure that you ship to the Law Family's address. That is my Aunt Shelli and I am flying into Dallas before going to Houston. Please order by November 14th, since I am delivering on November 21st! Thank you for all of your support!!
I am now working with Ms Susannah and Ms. Erika from Chilren's Healthcare of Atlanta Physical Therapy Departments. I got to go there and see all of the awesome robotic training equipment that allows patients to relearn how to use their muscles.
My 2nd newspaper article!
My Go Baby Go Training video link: spark.adobe.com/video/b2w3KaRQkoVMp
Ms. Sheree York from Children's hospital of Alabama invited me to go a training called Go Baby Go! Go Baby Go is a program designed for kids who have special needs. These kids have never been able to move on their own. They are always carried by their parents or pushed in a stroller. Go Baby Go modifies cars to where special needs kids can drive on their own and be independent.
Go Baby Go Trip Highlights:
My 2017 Children's Hospital of Alabama donation video link: spark.adobe.com/video/bJxV0U9Eg5Vj4
I have recently presented to North Gwinnett Kiwanis club and they donated 200$ for my donation to Pedals of Courage! This was my first presentation and I met a few people who were willing to help Pedals of Courage and get me in their newsletter.
I finally got to meet Ms. York. She is the director of Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy at Children's Hospital of Alabama. She is really nice and helpful. I will get to see her again in June when I do my next set of donations. She will be letting me know what items they need.
I also got to tour the hospital. It was smaller than CHOA and they have less support than any other hospital that I have been to. They really need my help!
Pedals of Courage is born video link: drive.google.com/file/d/0B2qF_CCqc9cYcXc0SXlCZGdYMkE/view
Pedals of courage was founded when my 2 year old cousin Melissa was diagnosed with AML Leukemia. She was at 3 different hospitals but a year later she passed away. She was fighting cancer for 1 year! She is a inspiration to Pedals of Courage.