Stephen’s Upcoming 55th Birthday Celebration


 

Greetings Family and Friends!! My brother Stephen’s 55th Birthday Celebration is coming May 3rd. Two things I need.

Anyone in the NYC area who has a car who could help me pick up Stephen from his group home in Bellerose, Queens and bring him to Brownsville, Brooklyn would be much appreciated. Pick up May 1st. Return to Queens Residence May 4th. I will pay you for gas.

Stephen has Autism and I am his only living relative so I have no one else who can assist me.

Nov. 7th 2008 I had a minor stroke which affected my eyesight particularly the vision in my left eye. My eyesight is now 20/100 and I can no longer drive  car.  Retina surgery in Jan.2010 only partially corrected my vision problems.

I have always tried to be independent and do things on my own but as I’m getting older there are certain functions with which I need help.  Those of you who have followed me for a while know that I struggle with my job, doing overtime and suffering the effects of standing for long hours on hard floors.  Arthritis is no joke!!

Guess I’ve finally realized that I cannot do everything on my own.  So I’m trying to establish a supportive network.  Hopefully other people with developmentally disabled siblings with join with me.

Also Stephen loves sunglasses and key chains/rings. I’m collecting those and hope to put the key chains in a decorative jar for his special born day celebration. Plus baseball caps. Since Stephen is now bald he really loves baseball caps!  🙂

Please contact me via my email address.

Monetary Blessings/Donations can be made to my PayPal account using my email address: deborah.palmer280@gmail.com.

Many Thanks and God Bless!

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7 thoughts on “Stephen’s Upcoming 55th Birthday Celebration

  1. Unfortunately, I do not know of anyone in the areas you state. I hope someone comes through for you. You and Stephen will be in my prayers. Much love. xo

    1. Thanks. I hope so too. This is the one segment of my life that is a constant battle and struggle. Always hoping things will get easier. Maybe one day we will get a miracle with no more worries or drama.

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