Meet the Wade family: Jim, Kay, Kaitlyn, Kylie, Kyndal and Kaden. Kaitlyn, a 2012 graduate of Key School in Fort Worth, suffered near fatal injuries including a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in 2007 while riding in a car that was t-boned by a drunk driver who was a repeat offender. Often those who suffer TBI’s experience difficulties with memory, information processing and learning. Public school was not an option. After hearing about Key School, the Wade’s scheduled a visit. They were immediately sold and knew Key School was the right place for Kaitlyn. The individualized curriculum and structured program that focuses on the success of each child was just what she needed. “I truly believe Kailtyn would not be where she is today if not for this amazing school,” said Kay, Kaitlyn’s mother, who now serves on Key School’s Board of Directors. Kaitlyn’s dad, Jim, is in sales operations at Verizon, sister, Kylie, is a freshman at The University of Texas, and sister, Kyndal and brother, Kaden attend Lamar High School in Arlington.