LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Every day Max Bowen gets off the school bus at his New Salisbury, Indiana, home is a day his parents feel lucky. 
“He’s a little rock star,” said Joshua Bowen, Max’s father.
The list of ailments dealt to the brave 9-year-old boy can seem like a road with no end.
“He’s like having a 10-year-old infant,” Bowen said.
His birth was normal, but as time went on, life got a lot harder.
“We just noticed that regular progressions, things like sitting up, rolling over– none of that was happening,” Bowen said.
After several hospitals, countless doctors and endless days of worrying, answers started to come. 
“He’s been given a diagnosis of Cerebral palsy,” Bowen said. “He’s legally blind. He has a seizure disorder.”
When life gets heavy, as it often does, a release is always welcomed. Halloween usually helps with that. 
Max has been a fire truck and a school bus in the past, but this year, his dad wanted …