Aneurysm Disabled Father Of Two Seeks Government Housing Grant Money
by Daniel Burke
(Clarkston, MI, USA)
My name is Daniel Burke. I am a 28-year-old male from Clarkston, Michigan. I'm looking for government housing grant money for a decent home for my two children and me.
When I was married almost three years ago, I suffered a brain aneurysm called an AVM (a rare birth defect), which lead to 2 major strokes. I went blind right away.
Since then, my vision barely works. I was called legally blind at one point. I have been VERY determined and I've been doing my vision therapy basically every day for years now because I wish to see my children and offer them a better life.
I used the services of a company called Novavision, based out of Boca Raton, FL. It has since gone out of business.
When I returned from the hospital months later, I was temporarily slow and then my wife divorced me and left me with our 2 young children.
After she divorced me, I moved in with my parents. I had a low cost divorce lawyer handle my divorce and I now do not get to be with my children that much because I suffered a stroke.
I would like to have a good lawyer handle my divorce case so I can be with my children more throughout the week.
I would like to get my own house for my children and me to live in, rather than living with my parents. My parents will not live forever and I rely on them too much for a place to live.
I would love to be able to get a home really close to my parent's house so they can help me out with anything my kids and I could need, like driving for example. My children are ages 2 and 4.
I can't work part time with my Dad at a Chevrolet store because I am on SSDI. I feel like I will never be able to work full time and move forward with my life because of my current medical condition.
I don't know how I have been able to handle my horrible life this far. Thank you so much for your time and directing me to government housing grant money I could be eligible for.
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