Confined to a wheelchair since birth, Jay
Armstrong has never let his cerebral palsy slow him down. While severe
dyslexia may have limited his reading skills, nothing stopped the native
Texan from writing his first children's book A Day with Jay.
"It was important to me to let kids know that their classmates in
wheelchairs or with physical challenges were no different than them,"
says the 26-year-old from his home in Southlake. "They just need to help
them find ways to do the same things that they do. They'll make a great
new friend and, who knows, they may even be friends for life!"