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Glickman Design Remodel Build Featured in Bethesda Magazine

Russ Glickmanís personal story ... how his personal challenges raising a child with multiple disabilities led to modifications for independence and aging-in-place for others.

Russ Glickman and son Michael on custom built ramp by Glickman Design Build.
Russ Glickman and son Michael on custom built ramp by Glickman Design Build.

A North Potomac Remodeler draws on his own experience to ease the way for others with special needs

It was clear to Russell Glickman from the beginning that his son, Michael, 26, was going to be the master of his own fate despite facing tremendous odds.

Deprived of oxygen before his birth, Michael was delivered at 25 1/2 weeks and weighed just over 2 pounds. His brain was damaged and his lungs were underdeveloped.

Three days after his son was born, Glickman and his wife, Anne, rushed to the neonatal intensive care unit at what is now MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. There, doctors told them that Michaelís oxygen levels were dropping precipitously and that he would likely die - the Glickmanís needed to say goodbye.

What happened next was as life-changing as it was inexplicable and hereís the Full Glickman Story as reported in Bethesda Magazine.

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