Tag Archives: ataxia

Ballet

Each Friday, Gracie has ballet class. This is no small feat for someone with ataxia and peripheral vision loss! She always wanted to be a ballerina, but her disabilities made it nearly an impossible dream. But then, last year, someone … Continue reading

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Playgrounds

I used to shudder to think of playgrounds. Between Gracie’s ataxia and peripheral vision loss, those tall structures with the mysteriously missing sides were the stuff of nightmares. Not for Gracie, of course — like every kid, she loves playgrounds. … Continue reading

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Pitter Patter

I read a post on Love That Max recently where the mom wrote she will never get tired of hearing her son talk, because it was something they didn’t know if he would ever do. Those hard-won milestones are never to … Continue reading

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