When Jacqueline Tafoya’s daughter Emma was diagnosed in utero with several medical complexities including clocal exstrophy (OEIS), she was nervous, afraid, and felt completely alone.
When Hope Dobbins found herself in the Ability 360 building for a therapy evaluation for her son Cheston, she decided …
She recalled her first conversation with Raising Special Kids, “I immediately connected with a very beloved gal who was my first introduction to Raising Special Kids. She provided me with recommendations and resources to prepare for the impact that moving from out of state would have on my daughter. She has made a lasting impact on our family. I still call on her for guidance, to shed some tears, and above all, have a good laugh.”