Winter 2016/17

HAMILTON: Rowan Rader wanted to walk, run and play outdoors like any other six-year-old, but there wasn’t a walker available that could allow him any kind of independence.

Children’s walkers would not let Rowan, who has diplegic cerebral palsy, cover grass, gravel or even pass over cracks in the sidewalk – but worse, they would frequently tip. It meant his parents had to always help him play outdoors.

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