Noah Whitaker, 11, plays video games in his Roseville home. He has spinal muscular atrophy and needs around-the-clock care. The family, which has endured much hardship, is asking Book of Dreams readers to help purchase PS4 games and warm clothing for him.
Noah Whitaker, 11, plays video games in his Roseville home. He has spinal muscular atrophy and needs around-the-clock care. The family, which has endured much hardship, is asking Book of Dreams readers to help purchase PS4 games and warm clothing for him. Autumn Payne apayne@sacbee.com
Noah Whitaker, 11, plays video games in his Roseville home. He has spinal muscular atrophy and needs around-the-clock care. The family, which has endured much hardship, is asking Book of Dreams readers to help purchase PS4 games and warm clothing for him. Autumn Payne apayne@sacbee.com
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Helping meet community needs for nearly 30 years

Therapy mixed with fun. Video games offer more than escape

November 25, 2017 07:18 PM

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