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Megan Ristau

Fundraising for Nathan R's Rifton Adaptive Tricycles

Nathan has severe autism. He's unable to feed and dress himself and has very little self help or safety skills. Although he hasn't been successful in these areas yet, he is very aware that he is unable to do things or go places like his big brother does and he doesn't like being left behind. Recently however, he has begun to show success in riding an adaptive bike at school! With a bike at home, we could continue to develop his success and engagement in an activity that he has never before been able to participate in, thus giving him a sense of independence and inclusion.

Nathan has severe autism amongst a few other disorders. He's unable to feed himself, dress himself, or use the toilet independently. Although he hasn't been successful in these areas yet, he is very aware that he is unable to do things or go places like his big brother and he doesn't like being left behind. Recently however, he has begun to show success in riding an adaptive bike at school! With a bike at home, we could continue to develop his success and promote some independence.

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Fundraising Progress
$2,020 raised of $1,850 goal
 

Recent Donations

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1. Carol Weurding
Best of luck from Kerri Malik’s mom
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2. Christopher Albanese
Good Luck!!!
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3. Beth An Anne Ristau
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4. Ann And Tom Rutherford
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5. JAMES Staples
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6. Jamie Chappell