She shadowed families living in 10 cities throughout California whose children have conditions ranging from type 1 diabetes to neurofibromatosis. The photographs are accompanied by first-person descriptions from the "super parents" themselves, documenting a day in the life of each family.
These families have much in common as they navigate a complex and fragmented system of care, from the crushing piles of paperwork, to financial stress, to long drives for appointments booked months in advance. But the most common denominator among the parents is a deep, beautiful sense of all-giving love for their children.
"The Super Parents," which was produced by the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's health, presents the families through photography, artifacts, and hands-on interactive elements. The exhibition was developed and provided to Museum on Main by Exhibit Envoy.
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