Legacy of Love: Jayme’s Fund For Social Justice

In early 2013 I had the opportunity to work with a small non-profit in New Hampshire.  Working with the artwork of a young girl who died tragically, I got to know her mother, Caren.  Caren thought that she wanted to change the website she had had for the 10 years since her daughter’s death.   Unfortunately,  attempting to change the website was too great an emotional challenge for her.

I created this video for Jayme’s Fund for Social Justice as well as a prototype of a new website that can be seen here.

 

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Beginnings and Endings

April 1st remembrance

Health Communications and Health Advocacy

“Often when you think you’re at the end of something, you’re at the beginning of something else.  I’ve felt that many times.  My hope for all of us is that “the miles we go before we sleep” will be filled with all the feelings that come from deep caring-delight, sadness, joy, wisdom-and that in all the endings of our life, we will be able to see the new beginnings.” Fred Rogers

I know it is hard to believe that a grown woman would feel so connected to “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood.”  Actually I wasn’t all that big a fan of it as I was growing up.  But I found its calm and quiet atmosphere a welcome relief from the programs that my boy and I could have watched together when he was little.

Today I turn to Mr. Rogers again.  April Fool’s Day 2012 was a day of lemons for my…

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