Editor\u2019s Note: This is part of a special series, Moms Who Wow Us, where we partnered with Good Housekeeping, Redbook, and the Today show to honor everyday heroes ahead of Mother\u2019s Day. You can read about all the moms we\u2019re celebrating here.A big challenge facing children who are seriously ill is keeping up with schoolwork. One mom\u2019s high-tech solution: having hospitalized kids attend classes via robots (the robot\u2019s screen displays a live video feed of the child), allowing them to virtually join in discussions, go on field trips, and generally feel connected. \n\tAdvertisement - Continue Reading Below\n\t\n\nAfter Leslie Morissette lost her son, Graham, to leukemia on Christmas Eve in 1997, she honored him by founding Grahamtastic Connection, a nonprofit that provides free electronic devices to other sick kids. Since its inception she\u2019s helped over 1,600 kids. \u201cHe was really into communication and keeping in touch, always asking the doctors and nurses for their e-mail addresses,\u201d she says.Though Leslie was an art director for 12 years and ran Grahamtastic on the side, she now focuses on her nonprofit full time. Offering sick children free technology \u2014 whether it\u2019s a telepresence robot, iPad, laptop, or internet access \u2014 helps first and foremost with education. \u201cWhen a child is in the hospital, parents want to do anything to allow him or her some normalcy,\u201d she says. \u201cWe connect kids to their normal world when it\u2019s out of reach.\u201d Some kids who would\u2019ve missed an entire school year can now go by robot and actually pass onto the next grade level without stepping foot inside the building. Equally important, though, is the social connection. \u201cIt stops the feeling of isolation not just from the classroom, but from friends and family too,\u201d she adds.\n\tAdvertisement - Continue Reading Below\n\t\n\nTo donate iPads and laptops or to learn more, visit grahamtastic.org. GET MORE INSPIRATION! In the series \u201cAmazing Moms Today,\u201d airing the week of May 7 on NBC\u2019s Today, Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb will highlight moms making positive changes in their communities.Giving back is part of JetBlue's DNA, which is why they're applauding these inspiring moms by providing roundtrip flights for their appearance on NBC's Today.This story was originally published in the May 2018 issue of Good Housekeeping.