Help Chris Walk

Chris Caudle was just like every other teenage boy after he graduated. He was getting ready to go to college and play baseball but on July 31, 2007 Chris was in a car accident that left him what is know as an "incomplete quad" which means that he has some arm and hand movement.

Today I was excited to learn that Chris is an elligiable canidate for an Ekso. An Ekso™ is a wearable bionic suit which enables individuals with any amount of lower extremity weakness to stand up and walk over ground with a natural, full weight bearing, reciprocal gait. Walking is achieved by the user’s weight shifts to activate sensors in the device which initiate steps. Battery-powered motors drive the legs, replacing deficient neuromuscular function. They have more information on their website at

What this means is that for about 5 hours a day Chris can walk again!! He can do some of the things that most of us take for granted each day! I am asking everyone that can to please help make this dream a reality. There is an account set up at the bank of commerce under the WJ Lions Club for Chris Caudle. 
"Every little bit puts us one step closer!"
Thank You & God Bless!
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Krista McInelly 
Terreton, ID
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