Sometimes, not often though, circumstances arise that make for a long day outside. That was the case today. I walk, so it can take a while to get it done.
Hopefully, the walking will help me stay fit and remain mobile.
I track the miles on my phone, using the Charity Miles application. Special Olympics is the charity.
I enjoyed reading this article.
Seems like a kind person.
Dr. McKelvey has been diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia and is fighting for his life at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston Texas.
Fifty-seven million Americans are living with disabilities, 400,000 of them with Down Syndrome. Almost three decades ago President Bush signed into law the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which provides individuals with disabilities . . .
The paragraph above was taken from the article that the link below will take you to.
My passion for children born with Down Syndrome, and their families is strong. There’s not a lot of action I can be taking right now, but I feel good doing what I can, with plans to do more in the future.
Mom will be 90 years old in October and I will be 68 in the same month. Of our little family, it’s just her and I left. We keep each other safe and do a pretty good job of it.
Both of us had connections with Down syndrome in the past.
- Charity Miles
- Began March 1, 2018
- 621 miles . . . . more to come
The Special Olympics is the world’s largest sports organization for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, providing year- round …
Michael Clayburgh has a long family history of Alzheimer’s and his grandfather died from the disease.
Clayburgh is now on the front lines of unraveling the causes of the disease that has so devastated his family because of a condition he carries — Down syndrome
The paragraph above came from the article the link below will take you too
This legislation provides NIH with the opportunity to not only expand its current efforts on Down syndrome and commonly co-occurring conditions in individuals with Down syndrome that are also seen in the general population, such as Alzheimer’s disease/dementia, autism, cataracts, celiac disease, congenital heart disease, diabetes, and immune system . . . . .
The above portion of a paragraph come from the NIH article the link below will take you to.
I enjoy reaching special places such as the 500th mile mark for the Special Olympics. The actual number after todays miles is 514. It feels good and I appreciate the Charity Miles folks for their application. The app makes it easy.
Resting on my laurels for a few minutes.