Disabled babe building community
one mile at the time
Motivational Speaker - Arthrogryposis Awareness
The Dream Walker Project was born in 2012 with the purpose of encouraging the personal and spiritual growth of individuals through the stories and experiences of Misha Dream Walker.
This initiative then became an organization that promotes various different processes of transformation.
Misha Dream Walker
Misha "Dream" Walker was born with a rare condition called Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita (AMC).
Her diagnosis was that she would never walk or have a "normal" life, however together with her mother, she rebelled against the odds and Misha walks, travels the world and lives happily.
Her life has been full of challenges, but that never stopped her, she is dedicated to helping others through her "Dream Walker" project and as the international ambassador of the worldwide organization Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita Support, inc.
Misha uses her life experiences to motivate people to take advantage of the opportunities that are offered on the daily bases, helping them to embrace their lives and differences to the fullest. Now Misha travels the world guiding all kinds of people, putting into practice her "Coaching Academy Of London" certification as a personal coach, working with individuals, schools, and companies to maximize productivity and happiness
THE DREAM WALKER PROJECT
The long road
to AMC Awareness
Misha Dream Walker, AMCSI International Ambassador, and her huband Michael, travel around the globe raising awareness for Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita (AMC), visiting families affected by this rare condition, offering their support while building bridges between families and AMC counities around the world.
Every June they travel by car, winding their way across the USA visiting dozens of cities before arriving at the annual Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita Support Inc. conference every year.
Their mission is simple: "We want to reach as many families who are affected by Arthrogryposis as we can, bringing them support and hope for the future."
"For those who have these rare conditions and those who love them, it’s easy to feel alone… We want to let them know that there are people, groups, and foundations here to support them."
Ways you can help:
Being part of the Awareness campaign
If you have AMC or someone in your family does and want to be part of the awareness campaign please contact us.
Spread the word (media)
If you have any media contacts that you think might be interested in our story or raising AMC Awareness please please please put us in contact with them so we can spread the word.
You can help us going further and reaching more families by donating: