Taelor’s House Foundation

Taelor’s Story

Taelor was born on June 9th, 1990 and was diagnosed with a rare disability known as Prader-Willi Syndrome. Her disability created a lot of daily challenges and barriers for Taelor but she did the very best with the resources given to her by God. Like many special needs kids, she saw and participated in the world in a very different manner. Taelor was very organized, had a wonderful laugh and was a ton of fun.

People who were blessed to meet Taelor will always remember her big heart, her warm personality and her unique vocabulary. She could be shy at times yet was a very social person once she got to know you. She was very matronly and loved to nurture any and every animal in her path. She insisted on regular visits to the zoo and loved to volunteer at the Humane Society several times a week.

She passed away on October 23, 2008 at the age of eighteen. Taelor touched so many lives while she was alive. Taelor’s House Foundation was established in 2005 as a private foundation to give back to the community in support many of Taelor’s favorite charities & community activities. Many friends asked us to make the Foundation a charitable 503c non-profit to expand the influence of the Foundation in the communities that we serve, so that’s what we did! Today your donations to Taelor’s House Foundation are fully tax deductible.

Taelor will live forever in our hearts but we miss her every day. With your help and generosity, the good deeds of her Foundation will be a part of her legacy for decades to come.

Motivational Message

Morgan’s Wonderland

Our vision at Morgan’s Wonderland is to establish a special place where smiles and laughter make wonderful memories with family members, caregivers and friends. To build a place where the common element of play creates an atmosphere of inclusion for those with and without disabilities, encouraging and allowing everyone to gain a greater understanding of one another.

The Academy

This founding group believed that having a child with a disability does not mean lowering expectations; rather it means looking at possibilities that others cannot see, and being committed every step of the way to helping each child along his or her journey, incorporating life skills.

Prader-Willi Syndrome Association

PWSA (USA) was organized in 1975 to provide support for individuals, families, professionals and organizations and to be a resource for education and information about Prader-Willi syndrome.



– Winston Churchill
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