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Lansdowne Charity Motorcycle Ride - Saturday July 6, 2024

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Lexa, Autumn and Alexis are inviting You to Ride #ForTheKids
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Meet Lexa

Lexa MacMartin was born with Trisomy 21(Down Syndrome). With this diagnosis has come many trials over the years. Lexa has had two open heart surgeries both with difficult recoveries. She has Global Developmental delay and receives support for most day-to-day activities. Through all of this we have been helped by the wonderful people at Lansdowne Children's Centre.  
From only a few weeks old, they provided occupational therapists to help her eat and drink safely, and physical therapists to help her strengthen her low muscle tone.  Throughout the years they have done so much more including now speech therapy, and even collaborating with her school to recommend special equipment to help Alexa have an excellent and accommodating school experience.  
As parents, we also have benefited from the resources at Lansdowne, including the Family Support Network. This has help tremendously with finding similar families and to connect with the community at Lansdowne. 
We are thrilled to be part of the 20th Motorcycle Ride and to help support Lansdowne which has been an integral part of our journey. We know how vital the support of a place like Lansdowne Children's Centre is to families just like ours.  - MacMartin Family

Meet Autumn & Alexis

Autumn McDermott is teen who has been going to Lansdowne since she was just a baby. She started her experience with physiotherapy, and then started work with the speech team and occupational therapists. Autumn has taken part in recreation programs and has appreciated the support of the child and youth workers. Her goal is to raise awareness for children and parents to know where they can get help with their disabilities and their child's disabilities.


Alexis McDermott is a teen who startred with Lansdowne Children's Centre at the age of 2 years. She started with speech therapy and later took part in physiotherapy and ocuupational therapy. Like her sister Autumn, Alexis has enjoyed recreation programs at Lansdowne and has appreciated having the child and youth workers. Alexi would like to raise awareness of Lansdowne Children's Centre because she wants to help people with wheelchairs, autism and ADHD.

- Amanda McDermott

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Funds raised with the Lansdowne Charity Motorcycle Ride and Motorcycle Raffle Draw support critical programs at Lansdowne Children's Centre that help our community's children and youth with special needs.


With your generous support: You have helped youth discover their independence and learn life skills; You have helped a child's family gain access to mobility equipment; You have helped a child with special needs make friends at a camp experience in the community.

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