With drugs costs and insurance costs rising every day, it’s often difficult to get the meds you need. Below is a guide to no-cost or low-cost prescription programs. Pass the word along…
Charlie Peterson was a man who suffered from epilepsy for decades. He had one unsuccessful brain surgery, then another, which was successful, ten years later.
Since that time, he had risen to be an active advocate and to give back by helping all those in need.
He was my friend and a friend to the world. Starting a support group where there was none. Counseling others with epilepsy and those who had a loved one with epilepsy.
He was generous to a fault, giving back in turn for the “miracle” that had saved his life.
He was patient, kind, generous and giving. He was my #1 hero.
Special educational ensures that your child needs are met (legally) if they have learning difficulties that need special help at school.
Technically, it’s called a special education provision.
And there may be a special educational needs coordinator (SENCO) at the school who can look at your child’s needs, alongside the school’s governing body (often the local authority’s education department).
A Story of Hope
“If this letter helps just one person, it will be worth the months of indecision and silence of our media.”
Charles Peterson, East Quogue
For me, it was my Grandfather, who believed in me completely and thought that I could do anything I set out to do. At the age of 14, I said I wanted to be a writer. “Fine, he said. You’ll go to the Columbia School of Journalism.”