Your gift this year will help Chatham-Kent children with special needs reach their full potential.
Please donate today.
In 2016 at 8 months old, Bentley was diagnosed with MeCP2 Duplication Syndrome, a rare, progressive neurological disorder that primarily affects boys. Most people with this condition have low muscle tone in infancy, feeding difficulties, poor or absent speech, seizures that may not improve with treatment, delayed development of motor skills such as sitting and walking.
One in every 5 local children benefit from therapy of some kind from CTC-CK, including Bentley
“We were told our son Bentley would never walk or talk when he was diagnosed with MeCP2 Duplication Syndrome,” says Amanda Hann, parent of CTC-CK client. “This past summer he was using the gait sling tracking at the Centre during his physiotherapy sessions and quickly progressed to walking with two hands held and weight bearing. We are so happy with the progression.”
With your donation, you can help us build a larger facility to help more children in Chatham-Kent
Not all children have an extensive need for therapy, some need help with only speech and hearing. They should all get the help they need to reach their full potential. You can help us.
Thank-you for your support,
Mike Genge, President
355 Lark Street l Chatham, ON l N7L 5B2
519-354-0520 l email@example.com
Registered Charity #: 824828354RR0001