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United Cerebral Palsy 082717
AN INTERVIEW SUSAN CUSHMAN AND KERRY PINNEY WITH UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY ABOUT WHAT CP IS AND THEIR FUNDRAISING WALK, ROLL AND RUN ON SEPTEMBER 16.
her daughter just got diagnosed she's too. They do a lot more genetic testing and that's another thing CP is not genetic . It's an injury. So I just. We've made sure she's hooked into early intervention and in their Channing caseworker you know issue
lot of physical disabilities it look likes through policy. That may be genetic or maybe crumbs on all that are not. And brain injury and so we invite them to join us as well. Could
AN INTERVIEW WITH ABBY GUYER, VP OF BRAND FOR CCA AND KATY MOORE, MARKETING DIRECTOR AT ENTERCOM, ABOUT CCA’S MUSIC RX PROGRAM AND HOW 94/7’S SUMMER CONCERT IS HELPING RAISE FUNDS FOR THE PROGRAM.
they are and even in the case of whether it's cancer wars cystic fibrosis or act serious car accident. How kids are able to still be cadence and how compatibility kind of comes three display content.
AN INTERVIEW WITH DANA BRANER, PHYSICIAN IN CHIEF AT DOERNBECHER CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL ABOUT THEIR HISTORY AND THEIR 90TH ANNIVERSARY IN 2016.
we rarely see anymore. I except in unvaccinated children just easy like cystic fibrosis where children. Now how about life expectancy that's far greater than it was just as early as twenty to thirty years ago.
Capes & Crowns Foundation 041716
AN INTERVIEW WITH KYLIE COLE, FOUND AND CEO OF CAPES AND CROWNS FOUNDATION, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO PHOTOGRAPHING CHILDREN AND FAMILIES WHO ARE STRUGGLING WITH DISEASE, ABUSE, OR OTHER SAD CIRCUMSTANCES, AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING GALA.
little girl. And since then mom and the kids they have a genetic disorder . Called and asked. And it's kind of taken its hold on net. This is particularly. The very young boy he's nine. And
Colon Cancer Awareness 072615
AN INTERVIEW WITH KATIE LEE AND DAN HAWKINS, VOLUNTEERS WITH THE COLON CANCER COALITION ABOUT THEIR JOURNEYS EACH HAVING COLON CANCER AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING RUN IN AUGUST.
of those sort of lifestyle factors but there are some causes are genetic And that's what they look for a lot of people aren't being in the younger population who are diagnosed with colorectal cancer so some in the your family has habit than. You should probably be screened for he had genetics BI had genetic testing and I was negative for everything Hillary so. I am technically a sporadic. Case of cancer. Lucky yeah lucky that if I
Legacy Health Cancer 3.15.15
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. NATHALIE JOHNSON, MEDICAL DIRECTOR AT LEGACY CANCER INSTITUTE, ABOUT THE LATEST IN CANCER PREVENTION AND SCREENING.
certainly talk to your care provider about it. Because there is currently genetic testing that can be done his feet. If spirit. Mutation it's called a big jeans. Particular family. And those that have that can
United Cerebral Palsy 8.24.14
An interview with Susan Cushman, Family Support Director, and Kerry Pinney, Development Coordinator, about services provided by UCP and about their fundraising walk and how to get involved.
there's different kinds of cerebral policy as well so is not a genetic disorder ignited outside genetic disorder is not a medical condition. There it's an -- it's a medical conditions not a disease that's what I that's what people think it's a disease like cystic fibrosis Which can be progressives have server policies not progressive it's a brain -- It's like if -- -- I weren't a car accident we had a traumatic brain injury. When a child is under the age of three or four of the brain still developing and so that its culture for policy. So it is have been diagnosed and he generally million young age yes OK yeah I've heard of it being his latest ten but most of my daughter was diagnosed four months I know a lot of most people -- diagnosed in the first year. They do a lot more genetic testing nowadays is so that it can take a little longer to get a final diagnosis. And sometimes it's so mild they don't
Disability Icons Project
A discussion with Sara Hendren, an artist, designer, and writer and her work on the Disability Icons Project, changing perspectives on the disability community.
been without some bumps in the road for sure and I think Down's syndrome . You know is one of these. Conditions where for one thing the weren't syndrome and the fact that it's genetic mutation. People come around only -- on. -- to each person who has Down syndrome the same global kind of and you
A discussion with Shelli Bourgoine, from the 3 Monkeys Pub in Vancouver, about The ARC, an organization that supports people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families, as well as their upcoming benefit music festival, “MonkeyFest”, happening July 6th & 7th. www.thearc.org www.3monkeyspub.com
Especially for formally. It not only helps children with special needs and Down's syndrome . But there's so many outlets that and the programs that help the entire family who live with a capital especially toward Alexander
that knows how -- deal with the special titled. Former special major Down's syndrome . And then for the community. Which in the communities that help -- -- parents need to break it leaves. And I would
A discussion with Andrew Asato, the Executive Director of the Make-A-Wish Foundation Of Oregon, about how their organization works and what you can do to help out in their amazing mission.
we think if cancer is not just sarcoma. Leukemia we we here. Cystic fibrosis -- -- and and the major conditions retreat but really it's a position to qualify as a child. Our responsibilities to make