OMAHA — On a current Friday morning, Kim Freeman helps Kim Kozelichki begin her day at a kitchen desk.
Freeman slips Kozelichki’s arm right into a teal windbreaker.
Kozelichki stands. She tugs on the zipper, struggling.
“Are you able to get it, Kim?” Freeman asks.
“In fact not,” Kozelichki says, matter-of-factly.
Kim Kozelichki’s body is slight. Her hair highlighted blond. At 51, she wears thick librarian glasses as extensive as her smile.
Her husband, Todd, employed Freeman to take care of Kim in the course of the day, whereas he works.
Kim Kozelichki has lived with a number of sclerosis for 26 years.