A new documentary film about three artists using creativity to overcome physical tragedies is currently in production. It seeks to spread awareness about physical disabilities.
"The film is inspirational in nature and challenges societal beliefs and biases towards those suffering from physical disabilities. The documentary highlights the stories of artists who have overcome life altering obstacle such as paralysis, degenerative eye disease, chronic illness and brain damage.
Please plan on attending the upcoming CNA / HHA Seminar on Tuesday, April 29. Hours will be 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. and it will be held at the Curry Auditorium on the Research Hospital Brookside Campus, 6600 Rockhill Rd, KC, MO 64127.
Please mark your calendar and plan to attend or send your aides. Official registration material will be emailed soon. Cost to attend has not changed $40 – members and $45 non members.
Topics include a panel discussion on Hospice addressing medi
April 5th, was the 2nd Annual Jadon's Hope Foundation "Bug Run". There was a very large turnout. Lots of money was raised to fight SMA. "1 in every 40 people, or nearly 10 million Americans, UNKNOWINGLY carries the gene responsible for SMA. Few have any known family history. SMA is a genetic recessive disease that kills more babies than ANY other inherited disease. It is the number one genetic killer of children under the age of two." As a sponsor of this great event, Care