I am a married man raising three wonderful children. I say children, my youngest just Graduated High School in June. There are three Disabled people in our house and if you can imagine, This Household runs differently than most. I am blessed with a wonderful wife (Sarah), son (Scot) and two daughters ( Carrissa and Victoria). I am Proud of them all. My life could be called difficult compared to some, but I Love them and the life I have.
My wife is the most amazing woman. Raising our children and the neighbors several babies including one who stays with us now. I owe her my life as she came to us at a time when she was most needed.
My oldest daughter Carrissa has over come everything thrown at her from birth to present. Four near death experiences. Heart surgery, Seizures, Quadruple Amputations, Bone Revisions,Colon removal, and so much more. She is a "True Champion."She is A High School Graduate and is currently enrolled in the Adult transition Program learning to integrate into society. Speech Devices, Computers, Banking Account, Physical Education, and much more. You are welcomed to send Carrissa a dollar if you are ever around a Chase Bank. She does not like to sit around. She enjoys life. Her big Goal is a Disney Land trip. She loves the rides and wants to meet Mickey Mouse and the gang.
My youngest daughter Victoria just graduated High School. She is ambitious yet sweet. She will do good in life. She loves poetry and cooking. She will soon be eighteen and I hope she does weel at college. She has won a scholarship and this will help her financially.
Scot is Autistic,Non-Verbal and low functioning. He loves to eat but has no concept of when he's had enough. We regulate that for him or he just would not stop. No matter what is placed in front of him, he won't stop until it is gone. He doesn't like loud noises and would wear a headphone or earplugs all day if he could. We don't allow this regularly as anything becomes a habit with him. We encourage him to make decisions on his own but it is not effective as he waits to be told what to do next. We'll keep trying.
Donations to Carrissa Price should be made at Chase Bank.