Monthly Archives: June 2018

Gaming for Wings: Creating Stories That Will Last Forever

The Red Fred Project began in 2012 with a man named Dallas Graham, who had someone close to him with Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Dallas wanted to write a book with this young boy, but never got the chance. His story inspired the journey to choose one child living in extraordinary circumstances from each state to… Read more »

Down Syndrome Center Helps Young Athletes Reach for the Stars at Football Camp

Male athletes with Down syndrome had the chance to play football with local high school teams at a two-night football camp sponsored by the Down Syndrome Center at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC and the Down Syndrome Association of Pittsburgh on June 14 and 15. The Football Camp for the STARS was founded in 2010… Read more »