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David Perry

September 9, 2020 | by sau1admin

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Board Secretary

Hi, My name is David Perry.

I live in Delaware County and I am a member of SAU1’s Board of Directors. I talk to other people. I started in 2018.

It is important to me to be a self advocate because I learn to talk to people about disabilities and people’s lives. I became part of SAU1 because I wanted to talk to other people, friends, and family. My favorite part about SAU1 is talking about disabilities. I want to know about other things and other people’s disabilities. I hope to understand and listen to other people with honesty and respect.

In my life outside of SAU1, I write song lyrics and book reports for fun.

I am currently a college student at Widener University.

My vision for my everyday life is to live in my own apartment and get married, to make crafts with art supplies and notebooks, to write book reports, and have my friends over.

I have two dogs. Their names are Holly and Gizmo. I like to hold them and play with them.

My favorite foods are pizza, chicken nuggets, and grilled cheese sandwiches.

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