Q: How can two carers, with limited income and three wheelchair-bound children, build a house? Let alone one big enough for three wheelchair users?A: With some pretty special help. Hence the title 'The Miracle House'.. 'Miracle' in the 'supernatural help' sense of the word!
2013 was full of challenges as we adapted to our triplets new, larger, power wheelchairs.
Especially in the way they impact our home environment. (See previous post)...
Then, when the kids turned 7 in November, we looked ahead a few more years down the track, and realised that by the time they reach 10 years old they will have well and truly outgrown our current house.
..and the wheelchairs are just going to get bigger.
This is me putting it 'out there'... Inviting people to join our little adventure and help to make this 'miracle house' a reality..
If you are interested, please contact myself (Jemimah Read) at firstname.lastname@example.org, or leave a comment below.
Alternatively, we have set up a long term savings account* for the purpose of providing for Anwen, Mahalah and Gideon's ongoing special needs. (See details below).
Thank you so much for your interest, please feel free to pass this on to any you think may be interested.
With gratitude to you (and to The One who daily helps us!)
Account name: Ben and Jemimah Read,
Read Triplets Special Needs
BSB: 082500 (Canowindra NAB)
Account number: 396905753
*The purpose of this special savings account is to help meet larger 'current special needs' of the Read Triplets, particularly to enable their independence.
All funds deposited would be used to meet the current special need, at the moment being a fully accessible house, until this goal is met.
(Another year it may be that they will need new wheelchairs, or later on their own modified vehicle, etc.)