I walk for my son, Elijah, who was diagnosed with Autism in 2010 at the age of 2.
I walk for the sleepless nights in the early days of diagnosis, wondering what the future would hold.
I walk for the relentless commitment to the cause by my wife, who spent hours upon hours researching, reading, reaching out, working for a better future.
I walk for my son, Ryder, who does not have autism…, he who loves his brother with the purest of hearts. I walk for my boys, who sometimes play together, sharing a laugh or a smile.