Posted on February 26, 2016
Recently a couple of friends suggested I should write about love since February is the month about love and matters of the heart. My first reaction was that I am no expert on love. I suggested that I would leave the discussion to Cupid and the cute trolls in the Disney movie Frozen, who are “the love experts.” Furthermore, since February is Heart Health Awareness month, the American Heart Association covers this subject with great tips.
The more I
This entry was posted in Education, Health and Wellness, inclusion, people with disabilities, Uncategorized and tagged American Heart Association, Anquan Bolden, Cupid, Disney, Frozen, Presidents Day, The Carter Center, Tim Tebow, Valentine's Day, Walter Payton Man of the Year award.
Posted on January 19, 2016
While spending time in the hospital this past month to deal with a difficult situation, one of the phlebotomists offered some familiar words of encouragement to help me get through the day:
“In every cloud there is a silver lining.” Then, she provided me with an example.
She noted that she only had to stick me once instead of several times to draw blood from a sensitive part of my hand. And she was right: I am sure sticking
Posted on January 7, 2016
Now that Kent has joined Sussex and New Castle counties in offering people the option of creating their own profile within the 9-1-1 system that would inform first responders of their special support needs, there’s really no good reason for Delaware residents to be without this Smart911 service.
Not sure if you can afford it? You can. It’s free.
Concerned about the possibility of identity theft? Loss of privacy? You wouldn’t be the only one. “Big Brother has enough
This entry was posted in accessibility, autism, community living, developmental disabilities, Health and Wellness, physical disabilities, Uncategorized and tagged first responders, Kent County, New Castle County, Smart911, Sussex County.
Posted on September 17, 2015
Much of America was asleep when, toward the end of the GOP presidential debate Wednesday night, Donald Trump made – as if he were asleep – a connection between vaccines and autism.
As evidence of the connection, he spoke of a two-year-old child who, after getting a vaccine, came down with a fever and “now is autistic.”
Trump then said that by administering vaccines “over a longer period of time … in little sections … I think you’re going to
This entry was posted in autism, Health and Wellness and tagged autism, Ben Carson, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, climate change, Donald Trump, Marco Rubio, Mayo Clinic, Rand Paul, The Lancet, vaccines.