This book is about Cayden – a three-year old boy who lives with his older brother and parents. He is different than most kids his age in a few ways. For example, he has a tracheostomy tube to help him breathe and uses a feeding tube to get food into this stomach. Cayden hopes that this book might help you learn a little about him and what makes him different.
You can buy this book here.
6 thoughts on “I’m Cayden. I’m Different.”
Hi! My name is Kim, I live next door to your Dad in Sudbury. Thank you so much for sharing your story. I, too, hope for a world where we can all be treated equally. The purpose of life is to serve the highest purpose of the world with love, together. I wish you only the best on your journey xo
Thanks so much for your support Kim!
Thanks for sharing your beautiful son’s story! Hope you and your family have a safe and happy holiday!
Hello Cayden and family,
My name is Gregg. I am a Respiratory Therapist at the Ventilator Equipment Pool and work as the Clinical Learning Specialist. Thank you to you and your family for sharing your story. These stories teach important lessons to all of us. It reminds us that behind every medical device we send out, there is an amazing person at the other end who will benefit. I hope you continue to share your inspiring family journey. The world needs more brave people like you. Keep up the good work.
Thanks so much for your kind words Gregg! Happy New Year to you and everyone at the VEP.