Overcoming the odds, never giving up, trying new things…
Our Source Kids continue to delight us proud parents. We have been thrilled to celebrate their achievements through the Source Awards.
Erin for “Having a positive outlook for a new diagnosis. Taking control of my independence”.
Skye for “Going to a new school and being brave”.
Miller has just turned three and has an undiagnosed genetic condition which causes GDD, hypotonia and hearing loss. His mum Natasha writes: “Last night out of nowhere, he took a few steps by himself! We’re so proud of him and what he’s achieved and wanted to acknowledge this milestone with a #sourceaward.”
Noah for “Doing well at long jump” and Eli for “Throwing a vortex 23 metres!”
Aria, who is nine-years-old “has been working on fine motor skills for a long time now, including independently feeding herself! Lots of sensory fun along the way, and with perseverance she is getting there in great strides”.
Darcy, whose mum, Julie writes: “He received his award for overcoming some huge fears he had during the year. He now uses escalators and hand dryers in public toilets. He’s also started to try many new things including rides at Luna Park.”
William for playing games.
If your child or young adult has achieved something you’d like us to honour, please download a certificate, snap a pic of your child proudly displaying it, then send it back to us, and we’ll do the rest. Head here for more info sourcekids.com.au/source-awards we will be doing another round mid-year.