heart touching stories inspiring us all: Guided by Love: Olivia and Her Golden Companion Max: The day was filled with laughter and love as her friends and family celebrated in Waipu. These stories illustrate incredible strength and determination: These stories illustrate the incredible strength and determination individuals can summon when faced with challenges, inspiring us all.Once a picturesque emblem of suburban stability, the Thompson family had everything they thought they needed: a nice home, two cars, and five wonderful kids. Helen worked as a nurse, and Tom was a teacher. They weren't wealthy but comfortable, thriving as providers and parents. Even their struggles felt manageable, softened by the cocoon of their middle-class lives.Enjoy other short stories authored by Glen McMillan, CEO of Children with Disability NZ.Guided by Love: Olivia and Her Golden Companion Max. A book about Olivia. At age 10, she gets cancer and surgery to remove the cancer results in blindness. Olivia will need a guide dog, a golden retriever. This is a love story about a girl and her guide dog. Isabella the Resilient: Once upon a time, a spirited girl named Isabella lived in the humble town of Waipu. Everyone knew her as a bubbly child, full of charm and vitality, spreading joy wherever she went. But everything changed on her 16th birthday. The day was filled with laughter and love as her friends and family celebrated in Waipu. But in a horrific twist of fate, a casual play with her younger brother ended tragically. Trying to catch a runaway balloon, Isabella tripped and fell through a glass window. The glass shattered around her like crystal rain, piercing her right arm terribly and scarring her face. The Thompson family Short stories disabled kids overcoming the odds Donate To Children With Disabiliy Ways To Donate To Children With Disability: What We Do? We are a New Zealand-based registered charity (CC59148). Striving to bring enjoyment to children's lives, our current focus is on the lack of facilities in the Northland and beyond that cater to disabled children. Our mission! To make New Zealand the most disability-friendly region in the world. Let's start with playgrounds. We have reached our first target: we contributed $10,000 towards a wheelchair swing for Waipu Park. To provide more events for our disabled children's parents and siblings to enjoy togetherness. More usable and wheelchair-friendly outdoor sensory programs and equipment in public spaces Our mission is to make every disabled child welcome in New Zealand. Donate Below: We are a Northland, New Zealand-based registered charity (CC59148). Our mission is to make New Zealand the most disabled child-friendly region in the world! Ways to donate to Children with Disability NZ. We have a few ways you can donate to Children with Disabilities New Zealand. Donate by direct credit into ASB 12 3099 0121964 00 or use the options below. Payments are processed by PayPal. See more below... Contact Us Our Mission Is To Make New Zealand The Most Disability-Friendly Region In The World! Who Are We What We Do Kids Stories Kids Book's Legacy Plans Current Projects Useful Apps Give A Little Fund Raising We Need Help Our Media Reports Ways To Donate Wheelchair Accessible Seesaw Wheelchair Accessible Swing Grand Opening Wheelchair Swing Frequently Asked Questions Looking After A Disabled Child Contact Us Business Hours: By Appointment Only... Monday - Friday - 10:00am - 5:00pm Saturday - Sunday Closed! Postal Address: 61 Riverside Drive,Riverside, Whangārei 0112 Contact Us: Phone: 021- 685- 400 email@example.com Sponsored By Website Design Whangārei: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook Page: Give Us A Follow!