Amy Ward- Chief Community Relations Officer

Amy Ward graduated from Fresno State University with a Bachelor’s in Animal Science. Soon after she and her husband became parents to their first daughter and moved to rural Arizona.  They had two more girls and then she and her husband packed up and moved to Montana.   After her second child was diagnosed with Sensory Processing Disorder it became clear that being a mom was her most important role and as it unfolded, now having 5 children, 4 of them with disabilities ranging from Autism Spectrum Disorder, a very rare Chromosomal Disorder (Tetrasomy 9p)  and a mystery seizure disorder: Mom, Teacher, Caregiver, Therapist, Advocate, Leader all became part of that “Mom” title.  She and her husband moved the family back to Arizona in July of 2020 seeking better services and schools for their disabled children.

Amy has been and still is in the trenches of being a mom to children with disabilities and is passionate about helping others navigate a world that is difficult and extremely isolating   “This journey is not easy but we have to help families from the moment they get the diagnosis.  So they don’t feel alone and become isolated” “WE have an obligation to help them find a village and create a supportive atmosphere for the whole family”

Overall she hopes to bring a unique perspective to Care 4 The Caregivers and help advocate for families that are in this difficult yet amazing journey and in so doing also continue healing her own heart.

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