ALS can’t keep father from saying daughter graduate
June 12, 2018 - als
San Diego, CA (KGTV) — Graduation day during Granite Hills High School was additional special for one father who wasn’t certain he’d be means to be there.
In a conflict with ALS, 42-year-old Casey Callahan is no longer means to travel or talk. While doctors did not wish him withdrawal a hospital, Callahan didn’t wish to let ALS take this special impulse divided from him.
His mother Veronica called any ambulance use until one pronounced they would help.
American Medical Response (AMR) donated their time and ambulance to get Casey to a ceremony.
“It’s not indispensably for medical prerequisite though it’s still holding caring of people, permitting families to have this opportunity,” pronounced Loralee Olejnik with AMR.
With his family, paramedics, and a helper by his side, Callahan was means to see his daughter graduate.
“His mother is all of it, all of it, she does everything,” pronounced Richard Callahan, Casey’s dad. “I told her, we pronounced take some of that sorcery we have in your system, clean it on Casey and get him cured.”
The family wants to lift recognition for ALS, that stands for amyotrophic parallel sclerosis.
The illness affects haughtiness cells in a mind and a spinal cord.
So distant there is no heal and about 6,000 people in a United States are diagnosed any year.
Research is ongoing and we can support a bid by a ALS Association.