Before that terrible day, Jackson was a happy, healthy toddler. Now, Jackson has trouble moving his left arm, wears braces on both of his legs, and drags his left foot when he walks. He is blind in his left eye, has gone through thousands of hours of speech and physical therapies to relearn how to walk, talk, eat, and play. Jackson doesn’t know what happened to him, or why he is different from other kids. He doesn’t know that his life didn’t have to be this way.