As she battles cancer, a Kings Mountain mom prepares her son for the day she won’t be there

The Autism News | English By Bernie Petit | Gaston Gazette It takes Alex Giesey several minutes, with rest break in between, to make an unfried version of the peanut butter and banana sandwich Elvis made famous. Since wrecking his scooter in his Kings Mountain neighborhood and suffering a traumatic brain injury two years ago, nothing comes easy for the 19-year-old, from walking to feeding himself. Considering he couldn’t do either for months after the accident, making a sandwich unassisted is no small feat

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As she battles cancer, a Kings Mountain mom prepares her son for the day she won’t be there

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