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  • Writer's pictureStephanie Hyleman

The motivation behind the project.

Updated: Sep 22, 2020

"I wouldn't change you for the world, but I will change the world for you." Anonymous

Being a mother of two children with different levels of physical abilities has been such a blessing and a challenge all in the same day! My ten-year-old son Silas was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at the age of two. My five-year-old son, Asher, is an energetic and active little boy with no physical or developmental limitations. My life with Silas for the first five years, involved seeking recreational opportunities that were inclusive of him. We had to travel outside of our community of Cherokee Country to reap the benefits of simply playing on a playground. This is how I believe God revealed to me the need for inclusive recreation in my community. As I watched Asher grow and develop, I knew the challenge of meeting both of their physical and social needs had only begun.

I founded this Non-Profit in my son's name, because I want to provide Safety, Inclusion, Love, Accessibility, and Socialization for all children in Cherokee County. The silhouette in our company logo represents my father and my youngest son on either side of Silas, holding his hands and walking together.

Please consider joining me on this mission, so that no family or child will feel left out of something as fundamental and joyous as play.

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