Make-A-Wish Helps DSCC Family Hit the Road Together
A special trailer makes travel possible for 5-year-old DSCC participant and her family.
Traveling with young children can be challenging, especially if your child has a complex medical condition.
The Taylor family has foregone family vacations for years because of their daughter’s special needs.
Erin, 5, has Down syndrome, a seizure disorder and other health issues that require numerous medical supplies and equipment to keep her safe. She and her family receive support from UIC’s Division of Specialized Care for Children (DSCC).
When Erin became eligible for a wish through the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the Taylors picked something to create new experiences and opportunities they could all enjoy as a family. The Taylors received their new travel trailer earlier this week.
“It’s amazing to know that we can now go and enjoy these things because before this, we actually had to leave Erin at home with nurses or family because we couldn’t take her. So, this is amazing,” Erin’s mom, Autumn Taylor, told WICA 3 News.
You can watch the full story of Erin’s special wish on the WCIA 3 News website.
Congratulations to the Taylors. We wish you many fun adventures!