I have Cerebral Palsy, it effect my arms, my leg and I can’t talk. I use a Dynavox to communicate. I have to deal with depression. . I grow up in Waukegan. I attended a normal public school. When I was younger I played Special Olympics softball. In third grade I got my first communicate device. The device was big and it weighs 5 pounds. At 25 I moved out of my parents’ house into a nursing home. After 2 years being in a nursing home I move into my apartment at Over the Rainbow.
My challenges have made me to become more a successful person.

Sunday, May 14, 2017

A Poem

A Loving Mom

When I was youngster she care of me when I sick.

When I was youngster she listen to me I had a hard day.

She over see my cerebral palsy, she treat like a normal son.

Let me do things that challenge me to do my best.

She take  the extra time listen me.

She advocates for my needs.

Today she support me by talking to me.

Monday, March 27, 2017

Over the hill  

My nieces Ila, Ava, and me
at my birthday party
I feel when you are turning 40, it  is over rated. I want to thanks everyone who help me through my life. My family who always been there for me and  including the hardest times of my life. They push me to do my  best. I want say thank you to Over the Rainbow because they were the ones who turn this building into nice an  apartments  building.  I work at The Arts of Life.  I am involve in Main Niles Association of Special Recreation.  I made friends and I love playing  boccia. I wrote 2 books. Last year the Cubs won the world series.  I can’t imagine  my life be more filling.  I looking forward do more in next 40 years.