Joshua Bolen was diagnosed with a learning disability, ADHD and also had a speech impediment, stuttering, as an elementary student. Therefore, he is well aware of the stigma and segregation that is associated with the diagnosis. However, with a major family support network that motivated him to believe that there is no goal out of his reach, he was able to overcome. Armed with life experience and a love of all people, he has harnessed these life lessons and now uses them to motivate children, youth, and adults with neurological disorders, as well as their families and service providers. Joshua Bolen received an Associates Degree from Johnson County Community College, and has devoted more than 10 years of his life working with and motivating children, youth, and adults with Neurological disorders. In 2013, Joshua Bolen established Fit to Fly Program Inc. Prior to that Joshua worked as a care provider with Ashley Care Service, Another Day, and Helpers, Inc. Joshua contracts with schools in the Olathe School District and Johnson County Community College. He realized that many of the families, educators and service providers were missing some of the life lessons that were the norm in his home. Therefore, Joshua has decided to expand his services to include exception services not only for the children, youth, and adults he serves, but also their families, service providers and educators.