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Leeann Brady

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Wachusett Regional High School

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Leeann Brady overcame severe hardships to build a better life for her family.
Ironically, though, the last milestone she achieved has caused unintentional heartbreak for her child. Brady's 18-year-old son, Kyle, has been a student at Wachusett Regional High School in Holden for three years, after graduating from Thomas Prince School in the same town. A special needs student with mental retardation, Kyle has thrived in the school district and was taught by a speech therapist to communicate through sign language. "He's loved it there," Brady said. "He's had a lot of changes in his life, and it's been a long road to get him to this point." In 2004, Kyle lost his 13-year-old brother to an illness. At the time, Brady's husband was unemployed and collecting SSDI for post-traumatic stress suffered as a U.S. Marine during Operation Desert Storm. Brady said she fell into a deep depression, and the family moved to an in-law apartment in her sister's home in Rutland. Four years ago, she and her husband divorced. Brady remarried in 2011, earned a nursing degree in May and works at a rehabilitation facility in Athol. Last month, after living in her sister's basement for seven years, Brady found a single-family Cape in Hubbardston. The price was right, and the family moved in mid-October. "It was a milestone and a dream come true," Brady said. "It's important that I make a better life for my son." Kyle had started the school year in September. Soon after, Brady had a meeting at Wachusett to discuss changes to her son's Individual Education Plan, or IEP, and said she asked his teacher about school choice, which allows students to attend schools out of their district. She said Kyle was eager to walk down the aisle and graduate with his class in the spring. "Kyle is a bright, enthusiastic and loving boy," Brady said.


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