I saw your story on Yahoo and I think it's fantastic! Keep up the great work, giving happy memories to kids and families with CIPA. :)
Del Harrington said:November 15, 2013 2:28 pm PST
I was born deaf and attend a camp for the deaf every year for the past 14 years. I understand what it's like to have such a special place where you can connect to everyone. I'm glad these kinds now have this opportunity as well!
Susan said:August 28, 2013 3:26 pm PST
Congratulations to you!!! You have started something wonderful for all of these families!!! Great job!!! All the best!!!
James Moran said:April 27, 2013 10:11 am PST
I was so moved by Ashlyn's story that I had to write and wish her and her entire family the best.
Jennifer said:December 18, 2012 1:51 pm PST
My sister-in-law finally got confirmation on her daughter having CIPA. My niece is two and her mom has been doing research on this, shared with me, and told me about a camp. I wanted to see for myself and am learning all I can about it as well. This is an amazing idea and I'm sure you will be seeing her one day as well. I cant believe how many seem to have it. One site I saw said only 35 had been diagnosed in the U.S. It must have been outdated! God Bless you all for all you do!
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