Kaiden’s Story
At two years old, Kaiden is a ray of sunshine. He receives physiotherapy and occupation therapy at Niagara Children’s Centre since being diagnosed with polymicrogyria. Kaiden is accessing a variety of services, but his parents are most excited about his gains made through physiotherapy. 
His mom, Nicole says, “Kaiden is a slow developer and every gain he makes seems like a tiny step. He can’t crawl, walk or talk, but he can roll like no one’s business and can now sit independently. Our physiotherapist was quick and helpful in arranging the essential equipment he needed to make those gains.” 
Nicole hopes to see her son continue to make gains, “I would love to see him walking around our house and the neighbourhood with his crazy green wheels.” With the help and support of Niagara Children’s Centre, he is sure to do just that. 


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