I was a baby when Rhonda came onto my life, so I don’t remember when I met her, but she was my first BFF. Growing up with Rhonda had a profound effect on my life, my personality, and my heart.
Colors of HoPE
Hi! I’m Sarah from Leicester, England. I was diagnosed as an adult, in 2016, with Lobar HPE an Rhombencephalosynapsis. I love to sing and was honoured to be contacted by Leslie from Families for HoPE and asked if I would like to record a song for all of our HoPE children and their loved ones. …
Written by Roxanne Steele Growing up in Indiana in the 1970’s and 80’s, I have to admit I never encountered many people who were different. Yes different races and economic factors but not anyone with any real disability.
Alone No More
As I walked into the conference center that Sunday night in 2018, seeing all those kiddos–some I recognized, many I didn’t–but, it felt like I was home with “my people”.
Written by Pete Lawler While I’m preparing to complete the 2020 conference registration for Dorothy and I, we were talking about last year’s event. 2018 was my second conference. The first was in 2008 when Chloe was a baby, and I learned so much about HPE and about my granddaughter. Like a lot of families, …
By: Kelli Aardal Goin Words she never got to say, However communicated in a big way.
If there were a cure
If there were a cure.
Where we are
By Nikki Tuma Here is a little story about Kreighton that got us to where we are today.
What HoPE means to us
What is it really…this HOPE? And why is it so important? Hope is something we can feel, but hope is also an intentional choice. Definition; hope /hōp/ a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen.”he looked through her belongings in the hope of coming across some information” synonyms: aspiration, desire, wish, expectation, ambition, …
More children after HPE
One mom’s story of having more children after HPE