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Tuesday, June 7, 2011


Maggie, Mary Clare, Luke & Mrs. Nancy

All I can say is WOW!  God is amazing and He works in mysterious and miraculous ways.  So thankful for getting to the Kaufman Children's Center, for the amazing people we have met, the amazing people that helped us make this happen, and for the outstanding results that we have had so far. 

Luke, Mr. Jason and Ms. Magda and their Unlocking Luke's Voice shirts~

Luke has made great strides since we came to the KCC last.  Every single therapist, including Nancy Kaufman has commented on how impressed they are with his progress and growth. We couldn't be prouder. 

Luke and Mrs. Nancy after a speech session

Having Amy Struble of Keystone Therapy Services in Valdosta be able to come and train with Nancy here at the KCC has been invaluable.  Amy learned tons (that will not only help Luke, but will help others in our area) and was able to plan with Nancy where to go next with Luke's therapy.  Amy said it was better than any conference or training that she could have attended.  Being able to learn and see "the master" in action doesn't hold a price tag, especially in what it will do for helping Luke. 

Nancy Kaufman and Amy Struble

Thanks so much to the angel that provided the frequent flyer miles for Amy's flight, to Tiffany Johnston-Sparks of Walton Options for our hotel, for Small Steps in Speech for a grant towards our speech therapy at the KCC, to Friends of a Man for a grant for therapy, to Quota Club of Valdosta (their fundraiser is helping with both of our KCC trips) and to all of our church family at First United Methodist for donations and prayers. 

Mrs. Sara and Luke

Mr. Chris and Luke with his "ears" for therapeutic listening

Picture taken behind the glass of a speech therapy session with Mrs. Sara

Picture taken of Brad, Luke and Mrs. Nancy working on the KSLP and teaching us how to utilize them~

Luke and Mrs. Amy~
Who says therapy can't be fun?!?

Mr. Chris spinning Luke in the egg chair~vestibular work

Luke loves jumping down from the loft

A little oral motor therapy~
If success is measured by the number of smiles, giggles and words we heard....then this trip was nothing but successful. 

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