It took a long time for my son's doctor to look into my concerns about his abnormal tilt of his head. We later found out that he had a moderate case of tortacollis. He needed extensive physical and occupational therapy to correct it. I was a mom of two at the time. No car. The buses were unreliable as well as the rides the insurance company paid for. I was at a loss until I was introduced to The Davies Project. They made it possible for my son and I to make it to every last one of his appointments.
Now, 2 years later, Nathan is an outgoing, loving and playful boy. He is able to run, jump and wrestle with his father and brother and many other things. Things that, without The Davies Project helping, I do not believe would have been possible for Nathan.
As for me, I always have been and will continue to be grateful for The Davies Project. I am honored to have become a board member to help advocate for families who might be facing similar circumstances as my family did. I could not be more happy. The Davies Project truly does give hope.