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AJ Calls 911 for Grandma

My Mom was on the phone with my disabled son AJ on Saturday night and she fell, slipped on the floor and knocked herself out. My son handed me the phone and said grandma is hurt, grandpa can't get her awake, call 911 she needs an ambulance and she may have a concussion. As I listened to my Dad trying to wake her I had an overwhelming feeling I couldn't describe. My son grabbed his jacket and starting yelling for us to go to to her. I called the ambulance and when arriving she was conscious but had an ash look. Long short of it, she has a huge bump on the back of her head. MRI's and xrays negative. She stayed overnight with pain and nauseous meds. My Mom is fine. Nothing short of a miracle Doctor's said. My son AJ knew exactly what to do.[The unconditional love for his Grandparents.] I broke down later on but held it together when I had. I'm very grateful and when thinking back could have turned out very differently. Be grateful with all your heart because you just don't know when it's all going to change. My lesson is to never underestimate my son and his disabilities. In the word impossible is "I'm Possible!" Sending love to everyone. Have a good day. ❤XO


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buy a dissertation online on Thursday, May 16, 2019 4:20 AM
You are absolutely right - never underestimate persons with disabilities. Some people look down on them as a burden on society just for the simple fact that they are not like the rest of us. This is a very narrow viewpoint because disabled people are people just like us. Unfortunately, there are people who cannot get past what they deemed as different. How many stories have we heard of disabled people doing heroic acts? We just don't know what people, regardless of disability, is capable of.
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