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Project Lifesaver

For loved ones with cognitive disorders who could wander away, Project Lifesaver International offers an effective solution. Founded in 1999 by former police officer Gene Saunders, the nonprofit works with local public safety agencies to provide technology— a watch-like device worn on the wrist or ankle of a patient—that contains a radio tracking device ... Read more

Wei Wei: The Catcher of Light

Wei Wei is a Chinese citizen born in Shanghai in 1978 and a contract photographer with Visual China Group (VCG) and Getty Images. His Magic City on Wind and Cloud, a series of photographs that show Chinese urban developments of the past 70 years, won him a grand prize in VCG’s annual photography competition ... Read more

Tulsi Gabbard interview with Chet Cooper discusses TBI, PTSD, Aloha and more

UPDATE: 3/19/20 Tulsi Gabbard drops out of the race and endorses Joe Biden 2/07/20 — The first female combat veteran running for President of the United States, US Representative Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), brings a unique perspective to the 2020 race. Rep. Gabbard took a break from her Presidential campaign in New Hampshire to talk ... Read more

Netflix’s ‘The Healing Powers of Dude’ Sophie Kim and abilityE

Sophie Kim is a 13 year old junior high student. She sings in the school choir and enjoys spending time with her friends and her dog, Kiwi. Sophie’s life changed last year when she suddenly became a professional actress. Netflix decided to cast a young actress, who authentically uses a wheelchair, in one of ... Read more

John Lawson — Actor, Pilot, Scuba Instructor and Advocate

What do pumping gas and painting water towers have in common? Neither are glamorous exertions, and neither rise to the occasion of being called an aspiration. Both are a means to an end- a task to be accomplished so that something else, maybe something great, can happen. In the world of John Lawson, both of ... Read more

Marc Jordan Speaking with Lia Martirosyan

Although growing up in mid-20th century schools of Toronto was challenging, Marc Jordan wasn’t diagnosed with dyslexia until much later in life. His attitude of “make it work” led to a career as an award-winning singer, songwriter and producer. Jordan has a lifetime of accomplishments, performing his own music and writing for superstars like ... Read more

A Crap Shoot

This year will mark 15 years since I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. 15 years that I have learned to accept, and once in a while even celebrate my life long illness. Sure, I have been lucky and my course of the disease has been manageable compared to others, but I can hardly remember ... Read more

To Hell and Back

Every year I go visit my parents in Florida for the Christmas holidays. I always try and leave town a little earlier to avoid the onslaught of the masses who are fleeing to to be with their family and friends. There’s something about people that makes me want to avoid them. So, I do ... Read more

Ashley Fiolek — Quick Trip to London

Brrrr this winter has been really weird in Florida! First we had record breaking “warm” days for January now we have freezing temps, it’s amazing we are all not sick — oh and of course there is still lots of pollen in lovely Florida! I picked up my new Huskys recently, but have not ... Read more

Angela Williams, CEO of Easterseals —100+ Years of Service

Jamie was four years old when he was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. He could barely speak until he became part of a therapeutic program. Jayne, the mother of ten-year-old Neil, who lives with autism, struggled to balance her son’s needs with her own before finding a group of people that shared her experiences. ... Read more