Serving God by Serving Special Needs Families. Ady's Army Giving “Piece” of Mind, One Family at a Time.

As a family, Brian and Chrissy have three instances where Ady disappeared from their sight. On one occasion, Ady’s mom was walking through the house when she saw the front door open. Unclear as to which way to run, she turned to the left and as she did, saw Ady sitting in a driveway full of pebbles, feeling them sift through her hands. These were the same pebbles that had frustrated Chrissy countless times as she attempted to coax Ady into the car or on a walk. To this day those pebbles serve as a grateful reminder of autistic childrens’ need to be safe and protected. The goal of Ady’s Barracks is to protect children and ease the tension creating safe spaces can cause. We hope to provide fences for families so that they can rest easy knowing their children are safe.

Below you can help provide fencing for a specific family. Scroll down to get to know a family. If you feel led donate to them select an amount and and click donate. The more that is donated, the more puzzle pieces are filled in. When donating you will be joining us in giving a “piece” of mind one family at a time.

As always, every donation that you give to help a family falls under our 95/5 promise.

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Operation: Ady's Barracks

Objective: Fencing for Colton

After trying unsuccessfully for a year to become pregnant, I was sent to the fertility doctor to see what our options were. Much to our surprise, I was pregnant. I had a good pregnancy and was overjoyed when we found out we were having a boy. Colton was born on April 15, 2009. He was healthy and perfect! He was a busy baby and was always climbing and getting into things. At his 18 month well child appointment, we began talking about Colton’s language delay and it was suggested that we have him tested for autism. Soon after that, we had our diagnosis. Colton has never had a sense of danger and has always been one to go after whatever he wants, no matter what may be in the way. This has resulted in his elopement a few times. Colton has gotten into the busy road a couple of times but thankfully he hasn’t been harmed due to a caregiver being right behind him. Colton has also become much stronger and faster with age. We live on a busy road and Colton loves to play outside. Having a fence would give us a needed peace of mind and security. Colton deserves to be able to go outside and play and be a kid. A fence would help this become a reality. Thank you so much for choosing Colton for this fundraiser.

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