The mission of Jayden’s Hidden Treasures Inc. is to provide parents of children with special needs with assistance needed to reduce the financial burdens created by medical care.
Asking for help is a sign of strength, not of weakness!
Jayden’s Hidden Treasures Inc. is a not-for-profit organization whose vision is the creation of a community where children with special needs are not denied care due to the lack of available financial, emotional or spiritual resources.
The mission of Jayden’s Hidden Treasures Inc. is to provide parents of children with special needs with the assistance needed to reduce the financial burdens created by medical care. We currently meet this mission by providing assistance with travel and other expenses not covered by insurance.
In Loving Memory
Jayden Terrence Johnson
Jayden would have been 11 years old on April 10, 2014. He is one of oldest and longest treated Infantile Pompe patients in the world. Jayden was the third and youngest son to Fanesia and David Johnson, born April 10, 2003 in the South Georgia town of Americus.
He was diagnosed with an enlarged heart soon after birth by Dr. Judy YY Cheng. A heart biopsy indicated evidence of storage material, consistent with glycogen storage. A measurement of his alpha-glycosidase level was low and he was diagnosed with Pompe disease, at 5 months old.
Support for families caring for a child who is ill or disabled comes in many forms. Learn how we can assist you with your challenges.
We want to provide families with an array of resources that can help them navigate the caregiving journey successfully.
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