November 14, 2012
I joined cleftAdvocate back when it first started because my youngest daughter (who's now 12) was born with a unilateral cleft lip and aveolar ridge. The support, information and life long friendships I've made because of them is priceless. I've learned so much from them, their volunteers and the information they provide that I've become a volunteer, too. Helping someone who's just starting to navigate the healthcare system is so rewarding.
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