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Ryan Diviney Special Needs Trust
℅ Ashburn Village Sports Pavilion
20585 Ashburn Village Blvd.
Ashburn, VA 20147
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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.
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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: Therapy
Kari In her typical manner, Kari exploded through the front door yesterday evening. It like feeling the bomb percussion waves just before being incinerated. What an aura! The dogs went into a frenzy. Duke was literally bouncing off the walls. … Continue reading
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
The Text the Explains Much On Monday, April 4 at 10:31 PM, I was surprised to receive a text message from an employee of Capital Home Health Care (CHHC). You will remember how CHHC unceremoniously “discharged” Ryan from receiving their … Continue reading
Helmet shipped at 2:00 AM Yesterday we learned, via email (see bottom of page), that Ryan’s Infrared Helmet had shipped from Florida. With any luck, we might have it as early as Friday. More likely it will arrive early next … Continue reading
I tried everything to not deep suction. Sometimes, there’s just no getting around it. It had immediate payoff, as his oxygen saturation is above 98% again.
Lungs Sound Coarse I do my best to avoid having to deep suction Ryan. He hates it. I do too. But, I fear it is unavoidable today. His oxygen saturation has been slowly declining over the past few days and … Continue reading
Going back many years, I always wanted to get the bumper sticker “Mean People Suck”. Ryan and Kari loved it too, but Sue was adamantly opposed. She felt it was too “in your face”. I remember her telling us we … Continue reading
Therapeutic Visits Reduced by a Third: Insurance not to Blame! Someone has some ‘splaining to do. Let me fill you in… Yesterday afternoon I received a text message from one of the Therapist indicating that insurance only approved two visits … Continue reading
There is just so, so much more to Ryan’s brain injury than caring for him. The paperwork is endless. Legal issues and research, aside from the worthless thugs that caused this, are something that most readers might not think. For … Continue reading
I put it off for as long as I could. As long as I felt it was safe, to be more accurate. I was hoping Ryan would produce a strong cough to clear his respiratory system. It didn’t happen.