Back to school… with special backbacks

September 1, 2015
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When Lynsey Hachey’s son Kaleb was 15 months old – fresh to the world of walking – he started limping. The boy’s leg was stiff each morning and he wasn’t able to stand. When their doctor spotted inflammation in the knee, so began two months of clinics, anxiety and questions.

Blood work and X-rays were ordered, and visits to two specialists in Fredericton unearthed no answers. “In the meantime, each morning we’d carry a one-and-a-half year old from the bed to the couch. It was sad to see my little boy not be able to run and play and be himself.”