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August 21, 2018 first steps with a COMS support 1

Alilah (16 months old with mobility visual impairment) is shown being encouraged to walk and to hold her hands down on the cane, cane is removed to address her needs.

August 21, 2018 first steps with a COMS support 2

Alilah (16 months old with mobility visual impairment) is encouraged by her family and orientation and mobility specialist to explore her home wearing her Safe Toddles' Toddler Cane.

September 12, 2018 at home relaxing with family 1

Alilah (17 months old with mobility visual impairment) is encouraged by her mom to walk, she stands still and says the word "cane".

September 12, 2018 at home relaxing with family 2

Alilah (17 months old with mobility visual impairment) is encouraged by her mom to walk, she stands still and says the word "outside".

Gaining confidence wearing at the mall

September 20, 2018 freely crossing open space.

Alilah (17 months old with mobility visual impairment) is encouraged by her family to walk, she stands still, walks sideways and slowly begins to explore the limits of the wearable cane. By the end, she is using her Safe Toddles' Toddler Cane to locate a clear path and move quickly away from her mother.

September 20, 2018 new nickname is Miss Independent

Alilah (17 months old with mobility visual impairment) continues walking around the mall floor with no encouragement. She is finding her own path, freely, self-exploring and her mom asks, 'who are you now, Miss Independent?'