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Ryan Diviney Special Needs Trust
℅ Ashburn Village Sports Pavilion
20585 Ashburn Village Blvd.
Ashburn, VA 20147
*Please make checks payable to Ryan Diviney SNT.
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Rotary Club of Ashburn Dinner
The Rotary Club of Ashburn will host a dinner fundraising event for Ryan.
Date: April 30, 2011
45120 Waxpool Road
Dulles, VA 20166
All proceeds will go to Ryan's care. The Diviney's are in need of a purchase of a Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber (HBOT), as they currently rent one for $3,100 per month.
Contact Nancy Pav at 703-726-3421 for more information.
Radiance Salon Fundraiser for Ryan
Both Radiance locations in Broadlands and Lansdowne, VA will donate a percentage of gift card sales in MAY to Ryan's Rally.
This is exciting since it coincides with Mother's Day!
Ask for Aimee for questions.
Visit Radiance Salon and Media-Spa
Tuesdays, at Ruby Tuesday
Starting Tuesday, April 19, anyone who dines at the Ashburn Village Ruby Tuesday AND mentions they are there to support Ryan, Ruby Tuesday will donate 10% of your check to Ryan’s Special Needs Trust Fund!
This promotion currently has no end date. So, every Tuesday it is in effect.
Greg Wells & RE/MAX Golf Tournament to Benefit Ryan
May 12, 2011 at 1757 Golf Club
Registration Deadline: APRIL 15
Payment In Full Deadline: APRIL 30
For more information or electronic registration form: Contact Greg Wells at email@example.com or 703-732-7715.
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Tag Archives: Arm
That’s right! I sometimes amaze myself. And, by “sometimes” what I mean is “oftentimes”. Some might even go so far as to call me a problem solver (isn’t that right, Sue? You’ll never hear the end of it…). You see, … Continue reading
It’s March 1st, which means Ryan can get the splint off his left arm. I removed it — hopefully, for good — this morning. I’m not convinced though. Even though the Orthopedic feels it is healing and the splint is … Continue reading
The forearm consists of two bones; the ulna and the radius. In the x-Ray of Ryan’s forearm (below), the ulna (on the left) is the bone that is completely separated. The radius is the bone that appears as though it … Continue reading
I took Ryan out today for some follow-up exams. Our first stop was at the Eye Doctor, followed by a trip across the street to the Imaging Center. Neither results were good.
The first thing I need to make clear is I really have no problem with Adult Protective Services. They were called by the hospital and had to follow through. The doctor’s concerns were unfounded. Really? Who would have guessed. Still, I’ll just … Continue reading