Seth poses with his medals.
Thursday, April 20, 2017
Mosaic in Delaware

Seth competed in the Special Olympics in Dover, Delaware. He won second place in bowling and received another medal to add to his impressive collection. Seth bowled a 175 in his first game and a 134 in his second game. When asked how he felt after winning second place, Seth responded, “Good! A lot of people were cheering!” He added, “A lot of friends came that he hasn’t seen in a while!” 

Seth started bowling about 35 years ago with his friend because they were “looking for something to do.” He and his friend still bowl together today. Seth practices his bowling techniques with his coach every Saturday. Seth and his coach have been together for almost five years!

He is not only a skilled bowler, but, he also plays basketball, softball, flag football, and volleyball, which is his favorite. He has been competing in the Special Olympics in various sports for around 45 years! Seth is definitely a natural born athlete. Amazingly, Seth still has time to care for his two birds, whom he loves dearly. 

Seth loves winning new medals and adding them to his showcase. More importantly though, he loves just playing sports and participating in the Special Olympics. Being able to attend practices and sporting events means a lot to Seth. These tasks are made possible with the help of drop-in Supports through Mosaic. 

Seth has been receiving drop-in Support from a Direct Support Professional (DSP) through Mosaic for about three years. drop-in supports are mentors to individuals who live on their own. They support individuals by assisting them where needed, with the goal of helping them become more independent and live a meaningful life. 

To learn more about Mosaic’s Drop-in Support program and to hear more stories of the people we support, please join us for a Discover the Possibilities tour. Dates and times are located on our website or call 302.456.5995.