Kenedi's Visual Impairment is Due to

Optic Nerve Hypoplasia (no light perception)

FEATURED VIDEO

September 29, 2020

Kenedi, twenty-eight months, is free to follow her aunt through the store. She is able to explore objects independently with her belt cane taking the direct impact for her.
 

Kenedi walks about as her belt cane stops her from running into obstacles.
 

Before belt cane

July 2019

Twelve months old, Kenedi's first steps.

Kenedi walks three steps from her dad (seated on floor) to her mom (seated on floor), returns to her dad, falls and he helps her turn around and she walks back to her mom

July 30, 2020

Kenedi in her toy room.

Kenedi walks three steps from her dad (seated on floor) to her mom (seated on floor), returns to her dad, falls and he helps her turn around and she walks back to her mom

July 2020

Two-year old Kenedi's first swim

Kenedi walks three steps from her dad (seated on floor) to her mom (seated on floor), returns to her dad, falls and he helps her turn around and she walks back to her mom

September 2020

Walking with mom on playground structure, up the stairs to the slide.

July 2020

Kenedi moving about on the couch.

Kenedi walks three steps from her dad (seated on floor) to her mom (seated on floor), returns to her dad, falls and he helps her turn around and she walks back to her mom

Andrea's Tik Tok instructional video on how she helps Kenedi after a minor playground mishap.

the video indicates that Kenedi hit her chin bouncing on playground equipment designed for bouncing, she suggests that she helps her to be less afraid by putting her back on the conveyor belt shaped toy.

With belt cane

September 27, 2020
First time wearing her belt cane was a success! Her mom explains why she chose to obtain a belt cane for Kenedi.
September 29, 2020
Kenedi is free to follow her aunt through the store. Wearing her belt cane shows how she is able to explore objects independently.

September 28, 2020

Videos shows how her belt cane will disconnect it, is well designed to prevent injury both when wearing and otherwise.

October 3, 2020

Her pace is getting so much faster the more she wears it!

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