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He speaks, reads and writes in English and Korean and is studying Italian to sing opera better.
He loves sports – his father takes him to basketball and football games – and he loved seeing the Mummers Parade on New Year’s Day.
He loves to dance and he will listen to anything, but his favorite is jazz.
” Age: 26 Diagnosis: Significant intellectual disabilities, seizures Lives in: Philadelphia About Katie: “For Katie, it’s always been about connecting with people at the most fundamental level,” says her mother, Kathy Roberson.
“She can’t easily express herself, but she’s quick at picking up on facial expressions, body language, even a quiet sigh, and will immediately pat someone on their back and say, ‘It’s okay, don’t worry.’ We were walking down the street one day, and a woman came up to us asking for money.
Our only worry is for her happiness and health after we are gone.
But Wendy is a teacher, and from her we learned how much good there is in the world, which gives us faith in her future!
He loves going to restaurants, and if you don’t keep snack food on a high shelf, he’ll dive right into it!
He wants to know how his favorite teams played, what the weather is like and what’s going on around him; no negative or scary news, please.” Hopes and fears: “My biggest hope is that Chet’s life will be shared with a community of people that want him to be a part of their lives.