What are your goals?
5th question of the Be You Collection
Kaylei McGarrett: Through my brother’s diagnosis I found the wonderful world of child life. I have dedicated the last 4 years to making a pathway so that I too can be a resource for families in need.
Chloey Rudy: I hope that I can be successful. Whatever I do, I want to expand my capabilities and reach my full potential whenever it comes to my future.
Matthew Moon: I want to be an author when I grow up. I want to write funny stories that make people laugh.
Ella Moon: I would actually really like to play basketball in college but after that, I want to work with kids who have special needs or start some sort of project that spreads awareness about Sanfilippo.
Jan Ballbé: I want to be a fireman.
Grey Chapin: I hope to continue this website for many years to come. While it is currently mainly known within the Sanfilippo community, my goal is to spread the word about this resource to all siblings of terminally ill children. I believe that if the mission of my site is spread around the world, more resources will be created for siblings and they will no longer feel alone.
Nic Bouzakis: I hope to go to Ohio state for wrestling and win the Olympics.
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If I don’t have a topic in mind when it’s time to write a column, I read articles. I look into the lives of other siblings of special needs individuals, delving into the struggles, pains, and joys of their respective experiences. From this, I usually find something that I can relate to in my own life, and I let the writing guide me to my own ideas. Read More