Tag Archives: caregiver

Cancer – This is how I’m doing

I met and fell in love with Michele 33 years ago, she has infectious eyes and the most beautiful smile, a huge heart, many friends, she’s the type of person you want to be around all the time. She makes … Continue reading

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Dances, Proms and Fashion shows

First and foremost, thank you to those that sponsor and hold such events, they bring great awareness to a Forgotten community. But where does the money go? One of the largest fashion shows organized and held in the US was … Continue reading

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PD: Elderly man kidnapped, assaulted by live-in helper

“At Risk Adults” definition; At-Risk Adult: Any person who is 60 years of age or older, or any person who is 18 years of age or older, and is a person with a disability. The gentleman in this story was … Continue reading

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Why is it we spend the least amount of attention on the longest part of our life?

An article posted By Mark Roth / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette titled Autism Society of America conference ends with focus on adults with autism and it caught my attention, made me a bit angry and if you are the parent of an … Continue reading

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Our experience with Adams Camp

My wife and I have been taking our sons to Adams Camp for the last 12 or so years, it became evident from our first Early Start session that the best therapy our sons would ever receive would be at … Continue reading

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What does the future hold . . .

What does the future hold . . . Does this question haunt you as it does me? How about, ‘what more could I be doing right now?’ As a parent of two sons, both having a developmental disability; these questions … Continue reading

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