Twelve-year-old Ethan Kroll plays a tune for his 11-year-old brother, Aaron, who has multiple disorders including blindness and partial deafness, in their West Jacksonport living room. Aaron will be featured 10:45 a.m. Sunday during the WBAY-TV Channel 2 Cerebral Palsy Telethon.
Mike and Mary Kroll of Egg Harbor consider themselves blessed to have found Cerebral Palsy Inc. in Green Bay.
Their son Aaron was born in September 2002 and seemed to be perfectly healthy. Soon after his birth, a list of diagnoses including deafness, blindness and a mitochondrial disorder became known. Aaron is the poster child of this weekend's 60th annual CP Telethon on WBAY-TV Channel 2.
Friends Eric and Tammy Henkel recommended the CP Center to the family after seeing the Krolls struggle. The Krolls were becoming familiar with monitors, feeding tubes and hearing aidsbut also were losing ...