Twelve-year-old boy conducts presentation about his rare disorder

Created: 03/14/2014 6:43 PM WHEC.com

His story is inspiring. A 12-year-old boy conducted a presentation Friday about his rare disorder, less than a month after having brain surgery.

Josh Beckhorn’s parents discovered he had a problem last month when he was found wondering around his school dazed and confused. He was taken to the hospital where doctors found out that he suffered from a rare AVM or brain disorder. Since then, he has undergone surgery and rehab. 

News10NBC spoke with his father.

Will Beckhorn said, “It's amazing, because he has no quit. He has a can-do attitude. He has a can-do attitude and I think he'll do it. He'll get 100% recovered and be back playing with his friends in no time.”

Josh is from Hornell. He and his family have been staying in Rochester since his surgery.

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