Ambiguously Blind

By: Jean Lloyd As a college sophomore, John Grimes (Texas Tech University, 2000) felt sick with what he thought was the flu. The next day, his Delt big brother Brad Smith (Texas Tech University, 2000) found Grimes unconscious on the floor in his ap…

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Sept. 20, 2021

The 16 Vaccine Live Event

If you’re a parent of a teen, join us on Wednesday, September 22 at 6 PM CT! The Dallas Moms group is going LIVE on Facebook with NMA President Leslie Maier, advocate John Grimes, Molly Ringwald and Dr. Albert Karam, in collaboration…

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I'm very excited to announce that Erin and I are now officially National Meningitis Association T.E.A.M. members! The NMA works to protect families from the potentially devastating effects of meningococcal disease by educating the public, medical pr…

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Nov. 12, 2014

Why I'm Blind

In February 1998, as a college student, I became ill with what appeared to be the flu. About 36 hours after my symptoms began I was found unresponsive on the floor of my apartment bedroom and rushed by ambulance to the hospital. By the grace of God …

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Oct. 29, 2014

Yes, I'm Blind

Unless you know me or know of me it’s very likely that, after interacting with me, you would not pick up on the fact that I really can’t see very well, at all. I’m one of millions of people that have a visual impairment. The premis…

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