It’s an honor to be able to share my thoughts on friendship and what that means to me to celebrate friendship day! For those of you who have been around long enough to remember the popular Dionne Warwick song, “That’s What Friends Are For”, you may remember the chorus which says, “Keep smiling, keep shining, . . .
I was honored to be asked to be a guest blogger to discuss the topic of Father’s Day. I have been fortunate enough to have a wonderful father all my life who has supported me, always had my back, and still does! For those who don’t know me, I am currently serving as National Ambassador . . .
Living as an adult with a disability means trusting other people to assist you with daily tasks, some of which are intimate or make you feel vulnerable. How you approach hiring personal care attendants (PCAs) to perform those caregiving tasks is a personal choice. Some people prefer to use a home health agency, which streamlines . . .
For the first six months following her amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) diagnosis, Valerie Geerer’s instinct was to keep the news to herself. “My husband and close family and friends knew, but I didn’t feel comfortable sharing it with co-workers or acquaintances,” she says. Then she met Dora Sementilli. Like Valerie, Dora was in her 50s . . .