Bentley was born a healthy boy on June 18, 2009. He was the perfect little addition to a growing family, and everyone was delighted to have another baby to snuggle and love.
After a few short weeks of being introduced to the world, Bentley ended up in the Emergency Department. From there he was admitted for seizure activity, which resulted from an infection that entered his cerebral spinal fluid, and subsequently he was diagnosed with: seizure disorder, neuromuscular scoliosis and spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy (1 in 3 diagnosed cannot walk; he is wheelchair dependent). After years of pokes/prods/procedures, you will rarely see this little HERO without a smile on his face. He loves life and there is nothing that will get in the way of him doing what he wants. He has achieved so much in life thus far but that didn’t come without struggles. As a family, we have faced a many difficult problems and been put in a number of unwanted predicaments. Even so, we have made pinky promises to push forward and always keep positive attitudes. There are still so many obstacles standing in the way, but a safe, handicap accessible home and assistive medical equipment are some of the few at the very top of the list.
August 27, 2021
We have some available spots for September if you guys are ready. If you are, we would send you the agreement and the invoice that need to be completed as soon as possible.
This is the message I received from Trexo Robotics. We are no where near our goal to be able to accept this at this time. We keep having to push back the delivery date and this is crucial time and progression we are missing out on that we won’t be able to get back. Please share this with everyone you know or if you know of any businesses that could help fulfill this amazing mobility therapy for Bentley. Thank you!
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October 14, 2021
Love you buddy!
November 3, 2020
I love you!!
November 2, 2020
Love to Candace and Bentley ❤️