Matt and Renee Aldridge, with their daughter, 7-year-old Madeline, have been engaged in a disagreement with the Clover school district over issues surrounding her wheelchair access and school bus transportation. Matt and Madeline have had both legs amputated due to a genetic disability that also affects two of the Aldridge’s younger children.
Matt and Renee Aldridge, with their daughter, 7-year-old Madeline, have been engaged in a disagreement with the Clover school district over issues surrounding her wheelchair access and school bus transportation. Matt and Madeline have had both legs amputated due to a genetic disability that also affects two of the Aldridge’s younger children. Jennifer Becknell news@enquirerherald.com
Matt and Renee Aldridge, with their daughter, 7-year-old Madeline, have been engaged in a disagreement with the Clover school district over issues surrounding her wheelchair access and school bus transportation. Matt and Madeline have had both legs amputated due to a genetic disability that also affects two of the Aldridge’s younger children. Jennifer Becknell news@enquirerherald.com

Family of 7-year-old amputee fights Clover schools for disabled access

April 02, 2015 09:55 AM

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