Friday, June 5, 2020


Anton Dahlerbruch


First Person – Like Any Other Child

By his size and handsome impression, our son, Max, appears to be like any other boy his age, however when you meet him in his wheelchair, you quickly learn that he is severely disabled, both cognitively and physically. He\'s unable to talk, use a device to communicate, propel himself or use his hands. You realize that he\'s dependent on others in every aspect of his life. Yet, that didn\'t stop our family and friends from all over California, our community and Max himself from celebrating his becoming a bar mitzvah.

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