Recognizing the hero in each child/patient

We urge people to see the beauty in our Pfeiffer kids/patients. We want the world to see them as we do – heroes. We are writing a series of books to teach our kids about Pfeiffer Syndrome and how to love and appreciate differences. Some actions we are taking to address social issues are: speaking at assemblies, introducing books into school’s curriculum, and creating events that will teach kids to “choose kind.”

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