Help Sean Find His Way Back Home . . .

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11 thoughts on “Help Sean Find His Way Back Home . . .

    1. Cat Post author

      Yes, it’s such a surprise that no one can find his home. I suppose the US is so large, but it’s hard to imagine something like that happening on our “small” Island

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  1. kat

    i wish i could do more than say ‘ i hope he makes it home’. would it be possible for the person who knows him to take him to the office where you fill out applications for Medicaid and Food Stamps, and maybe they could (in addition to getting him those things) be directed where to go to have a guardian ad litem appointed for him, so that the guardian could then be in charge of finding him housing, food stamps, medicaid, etc, so that he will be off the street and taken care of? maybe the guardian could also try to find next of kin?

    i dont have facebook so can’t pm this person.

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    1. Cat Post author

      Doesn’t it feel distressing to think he’s lost like this. You would think it wouldn’t be rocket science to contact police in Missouri, surely they have info on missing persons. I had a look on FB and she has closed off comments… there are 309,000 shares on this article. I’m sure some of them must know the things you suggest, so lets just hope he can find his way home or a decent alternative. Thanks Kat

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  2. Sharon Alison Butt

    Oh how awful! I want to cry! I’d hate to get on the wrong bus, but to do so when you are special needs must have been terrifying. But how lovely that he has found people who really care about him. You know, God forgive me if I’m wrong, but…whoever he used to live with probably tricked him into getting on the wrong bus. Should he really be sent back to that? In this day and age of technology, if his ‘friends’ & family really wanted to find him they would have done so by now. It seems that he has already found his way home. Home is where you are loved, respected and cherished. Sending him back would be cruel. He looks happy and at peace – nobody’s looking for him, so please let him stay.

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    1. Cat Post author

      Hi Sharon… you would think in this age of tech someone would either try to find him or people could find out where he does/did live. I wondered if he might be from some kind of residential place. I’m not so sure if people are looking after him where he is now. Yes, they give food and clothes, but he’s still living on the streets and that’s heart breaking to know, more so because he has learning difficulties. We can only hope he finds something suitable to keep him from harms way. Thank you, Sharon

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      1. Sharon Alison Butt

        Hi Cat,
        Sorry, I did not realise that he was still homeless. I should have known that the situation was not a simple as that. It is a shame that the supposedly most wealthy country in the world cannot find him a suitable carer and permanent home for him to live in. How sad. Thanks for raising awareness.

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