Thank you for the gift of sound!  Adam loves his new hearing aids and it has made a world of difference. Thank you again!”

– Adam’s Mom


TOPSoccer is a free, community-based training and team placement program for athletes with disabilities. The program, staffed by local youth soccer volunteers, is designed to bring the opportunity of learning and playing soccer to any players, age 8 and older, who have a mental or physical disability, to help them become valued and successful members of the local youth soccer community. TOPSoccer is a program of Indiana Soccer, a non-profit organization for Youth Soccer, who serves around 300 kids in 11 different TOPSoccer programs each year.

This valuable program relies on donations to equip the players with special soccer equipment, like ringing and beeping soccer balls for the visually impaired, larger soccer balls to help develop motor skills, special goals and more.  HCCI was able to help each of the 11 TOPSoccer programs in Indiana, by outfitting them with some of the durable soccer equipment it takes to help these kids play.


“Thank you guys so much for making it happen! I can already see a change in his behavior and his listening skills since he has gotten the new aids. He says they are even better than his previous ones, so I know he is hearing more now than ever.”

– Benjamin’s Mom

Aidan’s Update


Aidan is still riding at least 4 days a week but not propelling it independently…yet.  He is so close and enjoys riding his tricycle….look at his smile.  Thank you!  Please share this with all involved…..very special people in the world like you and your organization members that give so much for the children in Indiana make me hopeful and give me strength.  Aidan is attending 3 Physical Therapy, 3 Occupational Therapy, 2 Speech therapies, therapeutic horse riding and pool therapy once a week on top of his activities home with us….riding tricycle, gait trainer, standing in a stander. Thank you seems so little for the help you have provided, I know God will repay you all so much more.

Thank you,

Aiden’s Dad


Four year old Aidan has diplegic cerebral palsy.  He had a procedure in St. Louis in September of 2013 to try to alleviate some of his pain and now attends physical therapy 4 days a week.  While in therapy in St. Louis, Aidan rode an adaptive tricycle which helped him physically as much as it did emotionally.

Aidan’s parents try to give their non-verbal son every chance they can to walk, and knew an adaptive tricycle was just the thing he needed at home.  However, Aidan’s parents couldn’t afford the out of pocket expense, and insurance and other aid wasn’t available to help cover the costs.

HCCI was able to help Aidan and his family when no other alternative could be found.  Aidan was given an adaptive tricycle and he looks like any other little boy riding his bike!  He loves being pushed around the house on it and his family is confident that by spring he will be able to propel the tricycle himself.  The adaptive tricycle has even been integrated into his therapy regimen four times a week.  Aidan and his family are grateful that HCCI could help give Aidan this gift and a chance at walking when no other source could.



Fourteen year old C.J. is autistic.  He is non-verbal and unable to express wants and needs, which led to some behavioral issues.  However, during school and therapy, C.J. responded well to the use of an iPad to better communicate with those around him.  His parents saw the positive impact this had, but were unable to afford an iPad for him at home.  Although both parents worked, with three children and recurring medical bills, an iPad was simply outside of what they could afford.  With some help from HCCI, C.J. now has the iPad he needs at home and is able to communicate what he wants and needs much more effectively!


Madison has Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome as well as Epilepsy.  A special tricycle would help Madison  physically develop, as well as allow her some independence and mobility.  Madison is raised by her dad and step-mom, who are a blue collar, hard working family and despite best efforts, were unable to afford an adaptive tricycle.

HCCI was able to step in and help Madison get an adaptive tricycle, specifically fitted for her physical limitations.  For the first time, Madison was able to go on a walk in her neighborhood with her family, just like any other kid her age.


“To say these hearing aids are a true blessing is a HUGE understatement. When I dropped Nicholas off at the bus stop, he turned and said, “Mom, with my new aids, I will get all A’s now”.

– Cheryl, Nicholas’ mom


Dear HCCI,

On behalf of my family, we wanted to say thanks so much for purchasing the Rifton tricycle for our daughter, Ella. Although the weather hasn’t been great so far, we have been out a couple times and Ella really enjoys riding and pedaling. She will have a very fun summer of riding when the weather warms up. It is perfect to take along when our boys have a soccer practice and Ella and one of us can spend some quality time riding! Our boys even enjoy pushing her around. This will be very beneficial in her physical well­being as well as emotional.

Thanks again!!

The Spear Family


Ella needed an adaptive tricycle to help develop her motor skills but only had access to one during her physical therapy session one hour per week.  Owning a tricycle for home use would augment her development and develop independence.  

Ella uses her new bicycle all the time and it has greatly enhanced her development, both socially and physically.


Michael is a 7-year-old who has autism. He is also nonverbal, which is due to his autism. Even though Michael cannot speak, he can still communicate through special software. The software, called Proloquo2Go, allows Michael to communicate through the use of symbols. This program can be downloaded onto an Apple product.

Michael’s family wanted to purchase Proloquo2Go along with an iPod touch and case, but their insurance wouldn’t cover the total cost of these items. HCCI purchased the items and now Michael can have his own voice.

If you want to help kids like Michael, consider volunteering your time to HCCI.