Do you have closets so full that they can’t be closed? Is the path from the family room to the kitchen so blocked that it’s become an obstacle course? Has... View More » Read more..
In 2017, more than 1,400,000 people in the United States attempted suicide. Approximately 47,173 succeeded. It is the third leading cause of death among young people age 15 to 24.... View More » Read more..
Did you know that every hour a baby with cerebral palsy is born? The most common physical childhood disability in the United States, cerebral palsy affects the brain, causing motor... View More » Read more..
In May of 2003, Dora Arias received a diagnosis that all women fear – breast cancer. Within seconds her life was forever changed. Initially overwhelmed by fear and uncertainty, but with... View More » Read more..
When tragedy strikes, lives can get turned upside down. For some, it can destroy. For others, it can become a source of strength. For Karen Casolaro, tragedy made her infinitely... View More » Read more..
Studies have found that women with cancer that have strong emotional and physical support tend to better adjust to the changes cancer brings to their lives, have a more positive... View More » Read more..
Playing on a team can have many positive benefits for a child, such as teaching hard work, fair play, how to overcome adversity and perseverance to name a few. These... View More » Read more..
Yesterday, US News & World Report came out with their 2019 rankings of best high schools in the country and in each state. New Jersey did not disappoint! In our... View More » Read more..
Once upon a time, the outlook for becoming a contributing member of society for a child with Down Syndrome or other severe learning disability was poor. Before the 1970’s and... View More » Read more..
In January of 2013, 5 year old Brooke Healey was diagnosed with a type of brain tumor known as Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG), an inoperable and very aggressive tumor located in... View More » Read more..