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Giving Thanks: Protecting A Child From Wandering

AWAARE-WANDERING_rcd05032011Thanks to your generous donations to the Protect Children With Autism from Wandering Gift That Gives More, you have left many families happy and thankful.

“When the mailman brought the box to our door, I actually cried as I thought about all of the people who have donated time and money to put them together. Just to know that someone out there cares about my son’s safety is an incredible feeling. Our little guy has started trying to open doors and is too smart for baby proofing but we were not sure what to do next. The box has got us started with a new safety plan for our house.”

– Allie Fields

“I wanted to write to say thank you so much for the Big Red Safety Box. It is already been a blessing. We live very close to a swamp where they pulled out a 10-ft alligator and the security of knowing the tools are in place for our precious little girl’s safety is immeasurable. She already recognizes the stop signs on the door and knows not to go out the door unless we are with her. The tools you have provided will help so many families dealing with this condition and I wanted to let you know how much we appreciate it. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.”

-Lea Hutto

“I was a little skeptical about the door alarms in the Big Red Box we got. We had tried door alarms before, but Serenity just stemmed with them! We did put one on the bedroom window to her little brother’s room (where she likes to elope through) and on the front door. She just tried to go out the window, heard the alarm and ran out. Hopefully that is just the beginning!”

-Leanna George

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