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Trust and Let Go

by Pip Marks The issue of transition is very close to my heart – it has been since the day my oldest child was born. My first questions to the docs after his birth were “Will he be able to live away from home one day? Will he be able to take care of himself? […]

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Announcing the 2010 Hydrocephalus Association Scholarship Awards

By Tom Smith The Hydrocephalus Association (HA) is both pleased and privileged to award eight scholarships to persons with hydrocephalus seeking higher education. Each year we receive dozens of application and as you might imagine, is is always difficult to choose among the many outstanding applicants. However, we are pleased to announce that these young […]

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When I Grow Up

By Michelle Emick Ronholm We all have childhood dreams and aspirations.  What kid hasn’t pretended to be ballet dancer, a gymnast, a doctor, a firefighter or a professional baseball player?  Sometimes those dreams become reality; often we evolve those dreams into fulfilling and happy lives.  What most kids don’t think about as they’re growing up […]

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