2017 MDA Muscle Walk t-shirt design voting is now live! Now’s your chance to cast your vote for your favorite design for the 2017 MDA Muscle Walk t-shirt! Voting ends midnight on Friday, September 16. Ask your family and friends to vote for their favorite design to help push your selection to the top! The . . .
13-year-old Melissa Shang is an activist, an advocate and an author. She’s spoken at the United Nations, given a TedX talk and just published her first book. She is a girl on a mission. And it all started with an American Girl doll named Isabelle. For Melissa, Isabelle was the last straw. Every year, American . . .
Happy shrieks erupted from the crowd as Payton Smotherman was wheeled into the mob of campers. “As soon as I pushed her into the group of people in her wheelchair, like four or five people all saw her and recognized her at once,” says Angela, Payton’s mom. She chuckled as she recalled diving out of . . .
On Wednesday, Runway of Dreams once again announced it is collaborating with the iconic fashion brand Tommy Hilfiger to launch an adaptive version of the fall children’s clothing line. Following the success of the Tommy Hilfiger Spring collection (which nearly sold out within the first week), the fall collection features a baseball jacket with concealed MagnaReady® magnets to maintain . . .
The Lybrand family motto is “finish strong,” which, for them, means never giving up and always turning can’ts into cans. It’s no wonder, then, that the youngest Lybrand, 6-year-old Ethan, is a living embodiment of the Live Unlimited spirit. Just three days before his second birthday, Ethan was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Although the deadly disease will gradually . . .
Halloween is a night when kids can be whatever they want to be. They can dress as ghosts, cowboys, astronauts, monsters — the sky’s the limit. That’s exactly what Ryan Wiemer tells the kids he works with. The sky’s the limit. His non-profit, called Magic Wheelchair, helps kids live unlimited by designing and building special costumes. But . . .
Preston Harris, a 12-year-old from Berkeley Springs, W.Va., is a born competitor. So when he tried out for and made the Warm Springs Middle School seventh-grade basketball team, he was “very excited and pumped,” said his father, Jamie Harris. Even with his passion and grit, Preston wasn’t a shoo-in for the team, despite the hours . . .