Since beginning at Children’s TLC, Brilyn’s motor skills have flourished—along with his courage and confidence. His good nature and big smile delight his friends and teachers alike. and his courage in tackling new challenges inspires us every day.
Diagnosed with Dandy-Walker syndrome and global developmental delays, Brilyn works with a physical therapist, occupational therapist, and speech/language pathologist. He always comes to school with a great attitude, and that’s helped him make amazing progress!
#LableMeAble is a campaign to encourage person-first language. Language affects attitudes and attitudes affect action. We can create a more accepting community by adopting person-first language.