A Chance for Cayden is a fundraiser to help continue to help Caydens development with our Journey with Autism. This money will go towards training that will provide Cayden with the chances of a bright future.
Cayden was born August 28, 2017, he was given the name Cayden because it means WARRIOR/FIGHTER; and that is exactly what my baby did, he fought his way here on earth with a purpose. My pastor has always told me that he has been here before because how aware he was at only three months. My baby was full of smiles and laugher, but one thing he struggled with was chaos, loud noises, and frustration that turned into head banging. As he got a little older the head banging worsened and biting started to become a new norm. I noticed he was behind on a lot of things and was not reaching his milestones like normal 1 year olds would be. My concerns turned into reality when he failed his Autism screening at his well baby visit, since then, I have worked extra hard with participating in parenting classes, speech, OT, ABA, and so on. Caydens speech and motor skills have improved tremendously but one thing that has not is his behaviors. The Son Rise program that we are fundraising for is a child focused approach that teaches a specific and comprehensive system of treatment and education designed to help families and caregivers enable their children to dramatically improve in all areas of learning, development, communication, and skill acquisition.
With this training I hope to help single mothers like myself struggling with the doubts and frustrations they feel everyday dealing with a child on the spectrum. I have a over 10+ years of experience working in the mental health field, ranging from adults to children- but its different when its your own child. I hope that this reaches someone and I our story can touch you, and it can help you begin the same process that I am in right now with networking, and fighting for my baby boy! Thank you for your time and donations, this means a lot. You can also email me if you want to network and work on projects to help bring awareness AUTISM.
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