Help Ben Walk
Ben's treatments are already over $1,000,0000.
Ben will need extensive therapy as he relearns how to walk.
Please consider donating money to his cause. Learn more at www.HelpWolverton.com
Other Ways You Can Help
You can help by telling others about Ben. Tweet, Facebook, pin, blog, or email others about it.
You can also help by purchasing the award-winning young adult fantasy thriller Nightingale by David Farland or the science fiction trilogy The Golden Queen by David Farland. Proceeds will be donated to Ben. The books are available on Amazon.com ( http://www.amazon.com/Nightingale-ebook/dp/B006P7SEBY/ref=sr_1_1_bnp_1_kin?ie=UTF8&qid=1367443875&sr=8-1&keywords=Nightingale) and Barnes and Noble ( http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/nightingale-david-farland/1107084747?ean=2940016100463).
T-shirts are also being sold to help raise money. Learn more here: http://www.helpwolverton.com/p/buy-t-shirt.html
Keep in touch with Ben and learn about other ways you can help at http://www.helpwolverton.com/
Ben is doing well. He's off on break from high school, and even though his ACT shows that he lost a lot of his memories in the accident, he has managed to keep a 4.0 GPA this past year.
Ben has decided to go into medicine, and in two weeks he will be heading back to school in the mornings to begin work studying to be a pharmacist. It will be a long, hard program, but he's very excited. He's conquered a lot in life already, so I suspect that he can handle this.
Last month, Ben took a part-time job working at McDonalds. He has a pretty easy schedule as he returned to high school, but we worried that he wouldn't make it, and for a couple of weeks he wanted to drop out and start going online.
However, Ben dug in hard for the last month or so of school and managed to get a 4.0 GPA.
Ben recently decided that he would like to become an orthodonist, so he has set up a harder course of study beginning this next semester, with classes in biology and medical terminology.
We're still digging out from under mountains of medical bills, of course, and probably will be for years, so I want to thank you for your help.
Recently, we were able to get health insurance for the family, in hopes that we won't have this problem again.