Son helps father learn to live with disability

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - A group is scheduled to arrive at the Capitol this week after walking 96 miles from Radcliff in support of people with disabilities.

Kimble counsels families with children with disabilities. He helps his clients realize the upside of disabilities, as he did with Joshua.

The family has been asking friends, supporters and community members to pledge money for each mile Joshua walks, or to donate online.

Restaurants in Radcliff have already contributed with fundraising nights, which have raised a few hundred dollars.

Ten percent of funds raised will be split between eight organizations.

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