Category Archives: Events

9/11/13…12 years later

13 years later, we remember the losses of 9/11/01 and celebrate our resilience… Read More

Thank you for your service…

On Memorial Day 2013 we thank those… Read More

National Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week

Some time ago I wrote a piece for this blog about “awareness” weeks or months. Specifically, I recall making a point about awareness taking on an entirely different meaning when it becomes personal. This week, is very personal for me… Read More

2013: A New Year Begins

As promised in our last posting, you will find pictures here of the last presentation we gave in 2012.
The participants were 7th graders from Jenkintown middle school in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania…Please enjoy them. Read More

March is MS Awareness month. Every hour someone is diagnosed.

March is MS Awareness Month. Every hour someone is diagnosed. For me the hour was 11am on 3/23/88. Read more… Read More

Wishing you a happy and healthy 2012!

February is heart health awareness month. Every year heart disease takes the lives of over half million Americans and is the leading cause of death in the United States. We must remember to remain vigilant and aware that women are frequently overlooked when it comes to heart disease as a leading cause of chronic illness, disability and even death. Read More

November is National Diabetes & COPD Awareness Month

November is National Diabetes & COPD Awareness Month. Diabetes and Chronic Obstructed Pulmonary Disease (COPD) are 2 of the most common chronic illnesses in the United States today. Read More

Middle School Students Learn About Disability

Dr. Conill taught a 7th grade class at Jenkintown Middle School last week. Read More

November is National Family Caregivers Month

November is National Family Caregivers Month! More than 65 million family caregivers in this country fulfill a vital role on the care team. That’s why the National Family Caregivers Association coordinates a special month in honor of them. Read More