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  • Finding time for fun

    The lighter moments, the special occasions. This is what normal feels like. Sprock carves out time for fun on Friday nights, when Kameryn is with a nurse’s aide. She looks …


  • Care amid chaos

    ‘I’ve had days where I hit my pillow and cried and said ‘why me?’ But for every bad day there’s probably been 100 wonderful days.” The days break in chaos. …


  • Winding down

    About 10 years ago Sprock bought a “Wizard of Oz” music box. Now she has a small collection of Oz memorabilia in a glass case. She gets them as gifts, …


  • The Sprocks: Kendall, 16

    He’s a junior at Lake City High School, drives a 1998 Mercury Mountaineer and is working to become an Eagle Scout.


  • The Sprocks: Kristian, 13

    The Canfield Middle School seventh-grader loves riddles and “stupid jokes,” his mom said, and playing video games and watching “Dr. Who.”


  • The Sprocks: Kylynn, 5

    Her vocabulary is narrow. The few phrases Kylynn speaks come from “SpongeBob SquarePants,” the cartoon she adores. “Bubble buddy!” she’ll say. “I’m ready.” Kylynn was diagnosed with autism shortly before …


  • The Sprocks: Kameryn, 11

    His hugs are special, an expression of unconditional affection. “When he gives you a hug, you know he’s putting forth because he wants to,” Sprock said.


  • With four challenged children, single mom remains true to family

    Meet Stacey Sprock. She’s a mom doing the best she can with a life that may seem impossible to fathom. Unemployed and separated from her husband, Sprock is raising four …

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