Sports

En Garde! The Sport of Fencing and Hydrocephalus

Jonathan, who lives with spina bifida and hydrocephalus, shares discovering fencing as a form of exercise and competition.

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So Many Reasons To Be Grateful

Olivia Maccoux shares her story and leads this year’s holiday drive to support the critical research work of the Hydrocephalus Association.

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Hydrocephalus Association Teens Take Charge Guest Blogger

Don’t Let Bullies Bring You Down – Stand Up!

October is National Bullying Prevention Month. TTC Blogger Henry Guion writes about his experience with bullies and offers suggestions of how to deal with difficult people.

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As Simple as a WALK Around the Block!

So you don’t have a local Hydrocephalus Association WALK? Don’t worry – we have a way you, too, can participate in this HA WALK season – the Virtual WALK. Or challenge yourself as part of our Extreme Athlete program.

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