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Great American Bike RaceThe race where everyone wins
GABR funds made it possible for John to receive a bicycle for his sixth birthday. “It was really exciting for both John and his twin brother to ride their bikes together,” Cicha said. “Our family was able to do something outside that could include him, rather than having him watch us from his wheelchair.”
An electric bed furnished by GABR allows Cicha and other caregivers to more easily provide therapy and tube feedings. It also allows John, an avid movie fan, to watch television from a comfortable position.
Cicha volunteers at the GABR registration desk, and John’s siblings, David and Emily, are committed to riding every year.
Cicha, like Vetter, encourages families to take advantage of funding opportunities through GABR.
“GABR is about wonderful family and friends coming together to create this fund,” Cicha said. “All parents of children with cerebral palsy should think of it as their own family and friends putting money aside just for them. It’s as if all the people who would like to do something really nice for you have done just that.”
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