Bullying

Bryant Williams, adult living with hydrocephalus

Overcoming Bullying through a Passion for Sports

Bryant found sports to help him get through being bullied because of his hydrocephalus. He challenges us to each find our own passion and let it grow our individual confidence and resilience.

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Dan Kricke, living with hydrocephalus

Navigating Social Interactions Growing Up with Hydrocephalus

In Dan’s new blog, he talks about growing up with a chronic medical condition and navigating social interactions with his school peers.

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Teens Take Charge Guest Blogger

One Big Family

Life at 14 can be tough, but Jillian’s determined to live FULLY and overcome any challenge presented to her by hydrocephalus or just being a teen.

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Hydrocephalus Association Teens Take Charge Guest Blogger

Breaking the ICE

We have a NEW guest blogger for the Hydrocephalus Association Teens Take Charge program. Meet Henry and join the conversation on Twitter. Use #TeensTC.

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NO to Bullying!

Hydrocephalus Association Teens Take Charge Advisory Council member, Madeleine Darowiche, uses Bullying Prevention Month to talk about managing bullies in school.

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Teen Voices: Taking on High School with No Regrets

Starting high school can be tough, especially when you are dealing with a medical condition such as hydrocephalus. Madeleine shares her advice for taking on high school.

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