Aspire Clinic Treatments for Tom and Yuka

San Antonio, TX (US)
Created 2 years ago
Fertility Treatments

Aspire Clinic Treatments for Tom and Yuka

by Thomas Williams

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San Antonio, TX (US)

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Campaign Story

My wife, Yuka, and I are multi-skilled professionals. Yuka is a web designer, illustrator, and front-end engineer, whereas I am an educator and eLearning developer for secondary and higher education. We want to impart these talents onto a new generation.

Specifically, I want to bring children into this world that will enhance community and society at large through educational and technological effort. I have over a decade of teaching experience and understand the developmental and educational needs of children. As of now, I see a crisis brewing in the American educational system, in part, due to the pandemic. I’ve positioned myself to be at the forefront of improving the lives of children and their families through developing distance learning technologies for Texas A&M-San Antonio. Look to programs like VisionCoders and Connected Beyond the Classroom to learn more about the organizations that I consult and develop learning materials for.

By having children of my own, I want to solidify my commitment towards childhood education. By nurturing my kids to have educational fulfillment in their lives, I want them, in turn, to contribute their gifts towards the betterment of people in their surrounding environments.

After several medical examinations and DNA testing, it was determined that we possess the proper genetic make-up to conceive healthy children. We have also inherited a house which is suitable for raising a family. It’s been a struggle to get to where I am now professionally, but I am now fully confident in my resources and abilities to take care of a family of my own.

Yuka and I are the only ones in our respective families that can continue our parents’ lineages. Her family is of Japanese descent whereas mine are a mix of European and Korean. If we were to have children of our own, I think it would be miraculous to have such unique offspring to further contribute to the unifying diversity of this wonderful world and its people.

It is unfortunate that most health insurance providers do not cover procedures that would enhance a couple’s chances for fertility. However, Yuka and I are grateful for communities and organizations such as yours that see fit to allow families a chance to fulfill such a sacred opportunity. We thank you for taking the time to read our story.