October 25, 2020 |
By Karen Sarkis and TRPIL |
It is consistently my great pleasure to work on the 5K Walk*Run*Roll with TRPIL and on the Capital Campaign committee. My sister has a disability and that is why am so passionate about TRPIL and the work it does! I have met many of TRPIL’s staff, who have disabilities, and appreciate their dedication to their work.
I will never forget the date. It was August 13, 2011.
I woke up that Saturday morning in the Intensive Care Unit at the University of Maryland’s Medical Center. I was told that I had a diving accident. I did not yet realize my entire life was about to change.
June 28, 2018 |
By Ed Pahula, Washington County Resident |
I was born with cerebral palsy, so my family believed that my future was limited. As a child, they told me: “You will be lucky to get a job at McDonald’s” and “You will never drive a car, never buy a house, and never be a Dad.
March 09, 2016 |
By Washington County Community Foundation |
For many years, Flo Moffit was an elementary school teacher in Trinity School District. Her days were spent in front of a classroom, helping her "little people" learn important skills that would help them to grow.
But, after suffering a stroke, Flo's life was turned upside down.