Isaac and accessibility 

Happy February everyone! We hope your January has been a beautiful start to the new year! Isaac has had a great start to his year and we appreciate the love and prayers keeping him happy and healthy!

Isaac has the best new teacher in our new school district. It’s like she was handpicked for him! She’s in love with him already and we adore her! She advocates for him, is teaching him to color and does age appropriate projects with him! Yay! We also are pretty excited about some of the other ancilliary staff he gets to work with through the district. School continues to be in the home due to his immune compromised status and volume of seizure activity. 

His new bathroom is about done, just waiting for a couple of parts and the shine to take on his new countertop. It is so accessible! It’s beautiful! But it looks like it might not be his main bathroom yet as his Daddy may just move right into knocking out the revisions to his attached bedroom! Oy!

We are soooo blessed to have been nominated by his social worker at Children’s to receive a new ramp. We have been so blessed to call this home and neighborhood our own, but knew it came with compromises. Inside: hardwood floors great for his rolling equipment. Outside: whacky, unsafe steps to get in and out of the front door. It was on our list, but wasn’t going to be able to be very high due to knowledge base and material expense (Robbie had already fixed more problems than we expected to contend with). The East County Posse http://www.eastcountyposse.com received Isaac’s nomination, quickly came out to meet and interview him and deemed it very necessary that he have safe access in and out of the home! I can breathe much easier now getting him in and out and not worrying about missing a step and falling over with him in my arms! We can not thank the volunteers and organization enough!

   
    
    
    
 

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