For Aiden Robinson, the fun lies in the strategy. While much of his life has involved the challenges associated with his Neurofibromatosis and Sagittal Craniosynostosis diagnoses, Aiden, as a result, has developed resilience, strength, and patience–along with an amazing knowledge base and generous heart. In addition to organizing a toy drive for the children’s hospital that has resulted in hundreds of new toys for the hospital’s pediatric patients, Aiden has also turned his life’s challenges into opportunities for growth. He is keeping his eyes on his future in the technology or software industry. Specifically, he is interested in the complex strategies used in the Apex game and hopes to one day create his video games, incorporating both his artistic abilities and intellect. When he is not busy learning about the complicated and ever-changing video game industry, Aiden enjoys the great outdoors and playing basketball.
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