Hear Their StoriesWelcome to the AMG4D Blog
During this past week, many of us found ourselves praying for the safety of Florida residents caught in the path of Hurricane Irma. Mandatory evacuation orders seemed to be hurtled out everywhere, with people having to contend with details of how to make that happen....read more
Several times in his teenage life my disabled son has asked me, “What is my purpose?” His question is very individual: he is not asking about the purpose of life, he is seeking the purpose of his life. As his dad, I try to have an answer for him each time, and I try...read more
One of the hardest experiences of any human who has ever lived is that of a parent who watches his or her child suffer while feeling completely powerless to alleviate that suffering. Whether we are classified as rich or poor, educated or uneducated, black or white,...read more
My son who is vision and hearing impaired, along with motor disabilities, has commented to me a number of times through his communication devices, “Dad, I just wish I was normal.”read more
He’s part of a team effort with his wife, his other children, with everyone who is involved.read more
You see us everywhere, but there are no easy ways to identify us out of the crowd, most of the time. We work with you, shop with you, sit next to you in church, share the bus, train and plane with you, we enjoy all the things you regular dads do. The thing that makes...read more
AMG4D is based in Charlotte, NC. We aim to help connect father’s of special-needs children and their families to the services they may require.