Client stories demonstrate the power of Any Baby Can services on families throughout Central Texas.
Young Mom Inspires Others
Once this young mom felt seen and validated in her experience, she was able to inspire others on their journey.
Season for Caring: Meet the Romero Family
Amari was born prematurely at 25 weeks with a variety of developmental delays and physical impairments. Mom Leslie is grateful to have a Certified Parent Educator by her side.
You Don’t Have to Parent Alone
Even if you have family support, getting connected to the right people can benefit your mental health.
A New Life Emerging
When an unimaginable accident upturns this family’s life, community support grows around them.
Commitment to Fatherhood and Giving Back
Taking one of our fatherhood classes gave Travis a chance to share a safe space with other parents in a way that he hadn’t experienced before.
Lost Time and Missed Milestones
When Cassidy was released from the NICU, she had missed four crucial months of development. With the help of in-home therapies, her family is thriving.
A Dad’s Special Bond
Ryan has a special bond with his dad, and it's helping with his therapy. As a team, they’ve made great strides with Ryan's development.
From Case Management to Community
When she was connected with her Any Baby Can case manager, Rosemary finally felt some relief in coordinating services for her son.
Small Victories that Mean So Much
With a variety of programs serving parents of young children, clients get continued support towards small victories in their child’s development.
Season for Caring: Meet the Martinez De La Paz family
Season for Caring: Meet the Martinez De La Paz family Category: Client Story February 14, 2017 Each year, the Austin American-Statesman launches Season for Caring, a campaign highlighting stories of families served by local nonprofit organizations. The goal is to invite readers to participate in helping wishes come true, especially around the holidays, for each…
Childhood Cancer: Six Years Later
Childhood Cancer: Six Years Later Category: Client Story June 17, 2016 When Dante developed an ear infection that wouldn’t go away, his mother’s worst fears were confirmed: synovial sarcoma, an extremely rare case of cancer, had set in. In honor of National Cancer Survivor’s Day, Any Baby Can is thrilled to share that six years…
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