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My Dad was diagnosed with Macular Degeneration at age nine. Him and three other siblings of his were also diagnosed with this disease. Growing up with a legally blind father has taught me lots of valuable things. First of all it has taught me how to live with someone who is visually impaired and how to help them with things they cannot see, even though my father is stubborn and rarely asks us for help. Another thing it has taught me is to never give up. My dad is the strongest and smartest man I know and I strive to be like him some day. The last thing it has taught me is that having a disability doesnt affect how you do things because you can still be successful. So therefore if he can do anything so can I.
My dad often says "we dont see with our eyes, we see with our brains and with a happy, healthy brain anything is possible".
Working at the Carroll Center has been an amazing experience for me so far because it has shown me that visually impaired people can do almsot anything we can if they are determined to learn how to live independently. The Carroll Center is transforming lives each and every day and you can help by donating to our cause!
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