Children with disabilities have access to special programs that help them navigate their school-age years, but once they graduate things change. While vocational rehabilitation services are available to adults with physical and mental disabilities, many are unable to partake of those services and are left to make their way into a world that may not be as understanding of their particular challenges.
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Charles “Bam Bam”Bonds, Jr., found himself in this situation last year, after graduating from high school in Gonzales, Tex., in southeast Texas.
Last month, his mother posted on Facebook that Bam Bam had put in applications to numerous businesses, but no one would give him a chance. Then one day, everything changed.
My 1 And Only Charles Bonds Jr. Aka Bam Bam.
He’s Been Putting In applications all over Gonzales since he graduated last year, he was getting very frustrated,(He ask me mamma, is it because I’m special and, of course as a mother it brought me to tears and I told him no you just have to push even harder and that’s what he did) because nobody would give him a chance.
But God Is Good And heard My Baby Cry And Answered His Prayer, He’s Now An employ here at Whataburger he tells me Mom I’m not going to give it 100% imma give it a thousand percent and I know he will !!!!
God Might Not Come When U Want Him But He’s Always On Time…. THAT SMILE ON HIS FACE…… PRICELESS !!!!
Much to the delight of everyone who read and shared the post, Bam Bam finally got the chance he needed after landing a job at a local Whataburger, prompting thousands of congratulatory messages!
People were thrilled that his perseverance paid off, and many promised to stop by the location specifically to see Bam Bam.
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