Camden Tinsley
Heeeeeere’s Cam!! We know Cam as a trickster, a charmer, and a sly dog...he’s always pulling a fast one on somebody. Our Tribe wouldn’t be complete without him! 

See the person. See the character. See the personality. See the strengths. 
People with the label of disability are whole, multidimensional human beings with talents, interests, achievements, and complex personalities just like non-disabled people. Join the HIVE in recognizing just that with our See Me campaign. When you click #SeeMe below, you will find our featured member of the month with pictures and a short bio written by the member or one of their loved ones. 

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But we also need your support to continue the important work we do, that’s where #twentytwenty comes in. When you click "Donate" above, and give a gift of $20 through PayPal, all you do is check the box that says, “Make this a monthly payment?” Then automatically every month your recurring gift proves that you will not place limitations on them; that you know they are worthy of investment; that you see all people clearly, 20/20, for who they truly are. 
Then share this story with all your friends, tell them about #SeeMee #20/20, so everyone has the chance to be a part of this movement.

Introducing Ashton

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Here are a few words from his Dad:
“This is Camden. He is definitely a lover and not a fighter. He loves all his girlfriends, and anyone who knows him, loves him, too. So, if you meet him, be prepared to fall head over heels in love. He loves music, as long as it isn’t Elvis. Lol. He loves to hold hands and have his chest rubbed. He loves his family and friends unconditionally. He is not a special needs child. He is a special child that simply needs some help with a few things. His main diagnosis is Hydrocephalus, with Cerebral Palsy. But his diagnoses don't define him. They just make him a more awesome little dude.”