HELP CONTINUE ALEXA’S ADVENTURES
Anybody who knows our family, knows we are always on the go. Between appointments, therapy, church, and extra-curricular activities, we’re in the car a lot. Did you know that accessibility-adapted vehicles are not considered medically necessary? There’s also no help through insurance for handicap vehicles. We knew they are expensive but honestly had no idea just how expensive. Our daughter, Alexa, is getting heavier and harder to lift in and out of our current van. She’s fed through a G-Tube, which is a surgically-placed gastronomy tube to her stomach. She is also nonverbal and non-mobile, has severe epilepsy, and has developmental delays. She requires 24/7 caregiving. Even with these struggles, everyone who meets Alexa knows that she’s full of life and energy! She loves people, being out and about, and the crazier, the better. She has a need to be around people.
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June 6, 2020
Ashleigh and Dave are such good parents and we pray they can get this conversion van soon to make life a little easier on them. God bless you guys and the light you shine to others.
June 3, 2020
I love you Twinkle Toes
May 26, 2020
We love to see your smile and laugh out everywhere sharing joy. Prayers always, Michael, Michelle and Nadiya
May 16, 2020
Alexa, you are so beautiful and bring happiness to so many. We love you!