Tommy Loredo reads to his mother, Rachel Loredo, and sister Annalise at the Salida library March 3, 2016. Tommy was born with arthrogryposis, or contractures that limit his joint movement, and uses a wheelchair. Rachel Loredo is spearheading an effort to bring to Modesto what’s called an inclusive playground, on which disabled and nondisabled children can play side by side.
Tommy Loredo reads to his mother, Rachel Loredo, and sister Annalise at the Salida library March 3, 2016. Tommy was born with arthrogryposis, or contractures that limit his joint movement, and uses a wheelchair. Rachel Loredo is spearheading an effort to bring to Modesto what’s called an inclusive playground, on which disabled and nondisabled children can play side by side. Andy Alfaro Modesto Bee file
Tommy Loredo reads to his mother, Rachel Loredo, and sister Annalise at the Salida library March 3, 2016. Tommy was born with arthrogryposis, or contractures that limit his joint movement, and uses a wheelchair. Rachel Loredo is spearheading an effort to bring to Modesto what’s called an inclusive playground, on which disabled and nondisabled children can play side by side. Andy Alfaro Modesto Bee file

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