Liam Colwell

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Liam Colwell

On March 22, 2016, Emma and Richard welcomed their only child into their lives, a baby boy named Liam. After a normal and healthy pregnancy doctors never predicted what would happen shortly after their sweet son entered this world. 

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Camp Cranium 2017

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Camp Cranium 2017

Holton's Heroes sponsored three special needs campers to attend the 2017 summer session of Camp Cranium—a camp dedicated to providing a one-of-a-kind experience for children with brain injuries.

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Owen Brozak

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Owen Brozak

It wasn't long after Owen was born that he was airlifted to the nearest NICU in Green Bay, Wisconsin, where doctors determined he had bleeding in his brain. While the bleeding and the stroke fortunately left Owen physically capable, it all but destroyed his speech and language.

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Tessa Taylor

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Tessa Taylor

In the fall of 2016, we received a message from Tessa's mother Jan explaining the extraordinary circumstances that brought this family together.

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Wyatt Zachritz

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Wyatt Zachritz

Wyatt is the fourth of five children in Pastor Brad and Abby Zachritz's home in sunny Florida. It's a household filled with love, passion, and faith — incredible family traits that would be suddenly put to the test one tragic afternoon in 2014. 

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Aleena Niaz

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Aleena Niaz

Aleena was without oxygen during her birth which caused Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE) and eventually lead to her being diagnosed with quadriplegic spastic cerebral palsy.

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Caleb Gawronski

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Caleb Gawronski

Holton's Heroes became aware of young Caleb through Facebook. His mother, Jackie, was asking other parents of special needs kids if anyone knew where she could find more affordable therapy switches so she could continue the therapy he was doing at home. After hearing his story, we had to help.

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Christian Bertotti

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Christian Bertotti

Stories like Christian's are sometimes harder to read about as it's impossible to pinpoint what his amazing parents, Amy and Matt, could've done differently the day they found their son unresponsive in his pack-n-play.

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Celeste Sparks

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Celeste Sparks

Little Celeste Sparks, born one day after Holton on October 2, 2014, was only 18 months old when she was allegedly shaken by her caretaker on March 15 of this year. It’s been a long road but Celeste is now home with her parents after spending 11 grueling weeks hospitalized.

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Ally Turner

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Ally Turner

Allyson Turner – known to her friends and family as Ally –  was taking a bath at home on December 8th, 2015 when she suddenly fell unconscious and slipped under the water eventually drowning in less than a foot of water. But against all odds, she survived and her community rallied around her to, put it simply, “Just Fight.”

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