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She called every contractor and handyman she could, hoping one would be willing to build her a custom swingset. Ellis and an engineer measured Cobey and figured out the proportions of the swing set. Thomas didn't know how Cobey would respond to the new swing set, but he took to it immediately."I'll never forget the day," Thomas said. but then it was over." She figured the swing set would cost somewhere in the thousands.
"I'd say, 'Well, he's 6'10'', 200 pounds, he functions on maybe a 3-year-old level,'" Thomas said. Then one day, an old friend recommended a contractor named Adam Ellis who works at Mr. Thomas said when she called Ellis, she realized he was a "super guy," but thought he would still turn her down like everyone else had. She was happy it was finally built, but dreading having to pay the expense. Since Cobey doesn't do well with change, the six months after school ended were difficult and this gift was more appreciated than Ellis will ever know, Thomas said.
Team will be cooking Wednesday Night dinners on September 4. This time works better for everyone who and will make our reflections a little less rushed, too.
A sign-up sheet is posted on the bulletin board across from the church office. So our next meeting will be Tuesday, August 27 at am.
Newcomers, who have received a coupon for a free Wednesday Dinner are welcome to use it at any of the Wednesday Dinners just be sure to sign up, so we can prepare enough for the count. The group will decide about breaks in the schedule between a small-group experience of intentionally opening ourselves to God's presence and guidance.
Sunday Hospitality brings the fellowship generated by the passing of the Peace into Tharp Hall where volunteers take turns serving light refreshments and a cup of coffee or juice while we get to know one another a little better. A new sign-up sheet Companions group decided to move their regular meeting time to Tuesday mornings at am, which means that we will be finished in time for the noonday prayers in the church.
She told Cobey he couldn't swing any more or he would get hurt, and he was devastated.
Because he is , Cobey doesn't do well with change, his mom said.
It shows them what to expect when they get out there."I hope we can concentrate a little more on the adults.""If this [story] does anything at all, it will raise awareness for the adults with autism that get forgotten." The mom said she'd like to see get just as much attention and support as children with the disorder.She also hopes parks start becoming more inclusive for people of all ages and sizes, since many autistic people like to play, but some may be too big for children's playsets."They'd go, 'Oh heck no.'" Thomas said she kept getting turned down, but she kept calling different contractors day after day. When she asked Ellis how much she owed him, he said "Merry Christmas." It was Mr. Thomas said seeing her son happy again was a moment that would melt any mother's heart. She regularly posts videos and photos of her son swinging, even when it's dark and cold out.She says she continues to share this story because she wants others to see how a simple swing set can hugely impact a person with autism."You know, April [Autism Awareness Month] is coming up," Thomas said.
Losing his ability to swing caused behavioral problems, which included not sleeping.