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Stationed in the North Atlantic, D.K. Adams suffered three concussions and blunt force trauma during his service as part of the Coast Guard during the Vietnam War. Over a 30 year period, these injuries resulted in Veteran Adams losing most of his sight. He has endured over 33 surgeries to his eyes. This has included a partial corneal transplant in his fight to keep the five percent vision that remains in his right eye.

 

To journey through his challenges, Adams turned to writing. He has authored a series of books for children, all featuring his service dog Ace.

 

Adams has channeled his struggles with losing his sight into writing a series of books, including three children’s books, starring his service dog, Ace.

 

The book series centers around Ace and shows the world from his dog’s angle. This whimsical approach shows readers the perspective of visually impaired people and the types of trials they can face.

Attribution:Melanie L. Thomas
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