A life-changing moment for Liza Huber, watching her 7-year-old son, Brendan, walk after intense surgery.
"Brendan can now walk up the stairs, what we call reciprocal motion," Huber described. "I was sobbing the first time I saw it."
Brendan has cerebral palsy, a neurological disorder that affects muscle movement.
"He is thriving, the decision that Liza made on Brendan's behalf will give him such an improved quality of life," Susan Lucci said.
"United Cerebral Palsy of New York provides critical services and programs for people with disabilities in New York City and as a mother of a little boy that has Cerebral Palsy I really know first hand how important these services are," Huber said.
"There is so little known about CP, that’s why Liza and I wanted to step up to the plate and shine a light on it and the amazing work UCP is doing," Lucci explained. "It's to give them the technology, the whole world is about technology now, and the simple things to brush their teeth, to put on their shoes, the things you take for granted."
This powerhouse mom and daughter duo is teaming up to host this year's 'Women Who Care' luncheon, to honor female role models, who are caregivers, philanthropists and business leaders in the community.
"We honor and acknowledge the people and what they do day to day,"
Along with their commitment to UCP, both women are always on the go and paying it forward is always at the top of their minds.
"My heart just goes out to everyone at UCP, it is so important because without these services [those with CP] cannot have the quality of life that they deserve," Huber said.
Liza Huber, Founder & CEO, Sage Spoonfuls