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A desk for Ian to play games and do online support group

Posted Feb 6, 2024
Ian wishes for a desk for his computer and games. He's really into being organized and having his own space to work on his computer and organize his games. Ian is a huge fan of writing and typing and he's been wanting to create his own online support group for people with Down syndrome. Right now, all he has is his lap and an end table, but a desk would give him the space, opportunity, and accomplishment he needs to function more efficiently. Plus, it would give him a dedicated space to hold his tablet and even play his favorite video games. He has a birthday coming up and hopes to receive this cool new desk. It would be so cool to see him have his own dream space to work and play!

Ian is 26 years old and lives in MO

Ian has Down syndrome. He has faced some medical issues. He has some heart issues. He's not a stranger to surgeries. He aged out of foster care but was adopted as an adult. Ian loves to play games and loves Xbox. He is a sweet young man with a vibrant spirit and love for everyone.

The Wish Story

Abilities First requests this wish for Ian.

One Simple Wish posts the wish to the website.

Awesome Human grants the wish for Ian! Thanks Awesome Human.

"Happy birthday, Ian! I hope you get to play a lot of fun games on this desk, and best wishes with creating your own support group!"

One Simple Wish sends the gift to the Abilities First for Ian.

Abilities First receives the wish!

Ian receives the gift from Abilities First !

"Thank you so much for my desk! It makes me so happy, and I feel so important. I love it so much. It has helped me have a place to be me and to keep writing. I want to share online and create a place for other teens with Down syndrome to have a place to come and talk. I know this will help me for years to come. Thank you so much. "

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