Kylie Jane Wakefield
Breast Cancer Resource Center, staffed by cancer survivors, aids patients with emotional healing during an uncertain time
Twenty-three years ago, Lisa Szilagyi gave birth to her first child, Emily, who was diagnosed with tuberous sclerosis, a genetic disease that causes tumors to grow on vital organs. It resulted in severe epilepsy and essentially made Emily nonverbal.
Every child wants what’s best for his or her aging parent. Depending upon a person’s state of physical and mental health, medical necessities, social preferences and financial situation, there are numerous living arrangements from which to choose.
When the Wall Street Journal recently ran a satirical op-ed from a high school student taking aim at college admission diversity requirements, Sam Lyons took his passionate retort to his Huffington Post blog.
As a key leader in a number of organizations at Sierra Canyon School in Chatsworth, it’s hard to imagine that Michael Sacks ever felt left out.