I spent six days and five nights as a counselor at Camp Head Strong, the very first camp for kids with hydrocephalus. This was the second year of the camp, and judging by everyone’s excitement, I think it was the most successful camp of all!
I rarely spoke a word during my first year in college. I was so anxious. It seemed like everything that could go wrong, definitely did…Madeleine continues her blog series.
Hydrocephalus Teens Take Charge Mentor Task Force member offers advice on how to tackle the college application process and shares insight from her personal experience.
TTC Blogger Madeleine Darowiche shares her insights about the challenge of accepting yourself and where you are today, in order to grow tomorrow.
TTC Member Megan Rivkin challenges young people to get involved in advocating and fundraising to increase research efforts and public awareness of hydrocephalus.
Meet our newest TTC Blogger Emily Lucht! She shares her journey’s extra baggage. Read what she means and let’s start a conversation using #TalkTTC.
In her monthly blog, TTC member Madeleine shares how participating in HA WALKs in Florida helps her find new friends, raise awareness and funds, and have fun too!
In her monthly Teens Take Charge blog, Madeleine Darowiche shares her experience of starting college and offers some tips for making this transition smoother.
This past May, I was able to walk in the Lamb Derby in Willows, CA. You can read the history about theparade below. My hometown is Willows, CA. The weather was perfect on the day of the parade and everyone was enthusiastic about walking for the Hydrocephalus Association (HA) and Teens Take Charge (TTC) program. […]
We asked on our Facebook Fan page: “If you are planning to travel this summer have you inquired about neurosurgeons in the area you are visiting, in case of an emergency?” Here is what you said: After looking at the results, we had asked Debby Buffa, Hydrocephalus Association Board Member, mother of two young adults […]