Couple Replaces Woman’s Stolen Motorized Wheelchair

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A couple in Ann Arbor, Michigan, has donated a motorized wheelchair to a woman after hers was stolen. Jeff Boller and his wife, who uses a similar chair, saw Sheletha Evans’ story and were moved to help. Evans is beyond grateful for their generosity and says she’s “been blessed beyond measure.” Source: WDIV


In honor of Autism Awareness Month, the Appleton International Airport in Wisconsin has opened autism-friendly quiet rooms. They have two quiet rooms where people and families can go to get away from the noise and crowds at the busy airport. They also offer sensory bags, individually wrapped bags with fidget toys and sensory experience toys for kids. Source: Fox 11



Kaydence Henslee, 13, was on vacation in Orlando with her family when she saved a little girl’s life. The New Mexico teen was in the pool at a hotel when she saw the three-year-old floating face down. She got her out and someone performed CPR and the girl has now recovered. Source: ArkLaTex

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