Mission Statement: MircleKid is dedicated to helping individuals better understand the special needs population, which includes all of us. Our website contains information regarding various special need conditions and lists their statistics. In addition, MircleKid offers guidance as to where and how to find treatments for these problems.
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Don has been a practicing attorney for 45 years. He is licensed to practice in both New York and Texas. He is also licensed to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Tax Court, 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, and numerous Federal District Courts in New York and Texas. A number of years ago, he was honored by being named a Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation.
Don is the CEO and co-founder of The Cure Cancer Foundation, and has been active in fundraising for over decades. The majority of his fundraising experience stems from the time spent volunteering for the American Cancer Society, which began in 1997. Since then, he is credited with raising over 50 million dollars for many American Cancer Society projects/endeavors. It was through his efforts that the American Cancer Society was able to provide the first and only Hope Lodge in Texas. Don served as the Capital Campaign Chairman for the Hope Lodge in Lubbock as well as serving as Chairman of the American Cancer Society Board of Directors for 7 years. He has also served on the Major Gifts Committee, the National Gala Task Force and was the chairman for the 1998 Lubbock Cattle Baron’s Ball. The American Cancer Society has recognized Don with various awards including the Spirit of Hope Award, the Silver Spur and the prestigious Life Time Achievement Award.
During his many years as an American Cancer Society volunteer, Don decided he wanted to do more to find a cure for cancer. After learning about translational cancer research (clinical trials) at Texas Tech University, he founded the Cure Cancer Foundation, and has raised more than $11M for researchers at Texas Tech.
Linda has worked in several managerial positions from coast to coast for over forty years while raising seven children with her loving husband and best friend, Bill Dsly.
While in her 40’s, Linda embarked on a new journey and began writing too. Thoroughly enjoying creating a holiday for the mind. As an author, screenwriter and publisher she believes firmly that all things are possible with faith, determination, and imagination.
Now in her 60's, Linda continues her quest, working on several personal manuscripts and screenplays, while assisting others to see their publishing dreams come true! Through it all, she never forgets that without the guidance and direction that she has been so graciously bestowed upon from above, none of this would be possible. www.artisticendeavorspublishing.com , www.lindaldaly.com
Bill Grant, MD
William Grant, MD was born in 1953. He is a Board-Certified Internal Medicine Specialist who grew up in Chicago, Illinois where he attended the University of Illinois in Chicago, graduated from Chicago Medical School in 1979 and completed a residency in Internal Medicine at St. Joseph Hospital a Northwestern Hospital.
He then furthered his education by completing fellowship training in Immunology in Memphis, Tennessee, Allergy at Tulane Medical Center in New Orleans and Infectious Disease training at the University of South Alabama in Mobile. He then spent several years teaching at several major medical centers and in private practice. Dr. Grant has treated well over 150,000 different patients, including multiple Veterans, and children alike. Many of his patients have had a broad range of special needs.
Currently, Dr. Grant lives in Destin, Florida and practices concierge and emergency medicine. He is married to his best friend, Irene, whom he describes as an incredible lady. Together they have five wonderful children and a granddaughter. He enjoys spending time with his family, writing, practicing medicine, reading, music, and art. Despite all of his accomplishments, Dr. Grant has ADHD and Dyslexia and three of his children have special needs.
Dr. Clarence Johnson, PhD
Clarence Johnson was born in Cleveland, Ohio, in a household where education was encouraged, and love for others was emphasized. Much of my joy in life came while attending John Adams High School. I met many outstanding people and forged friendships that still exist to this day. I believe that my experiences there are instrumental in my current success.
I am a member of the International Society for Philosophical Enquiry (ISPE). ISPE is the third oldest high IQ society in the world after Mensa (98%) and Intertel (99%). The only criterion for admission is a score on any standard psychometric test of intelligence reflecting ability at the 99.9th percentile. I have an IQ of 180 which is the reason that I was admitted into the society.
In addition, I have also written several books, including the book Business Statistics: Clearly Explained, which is a textbook that is being used at a major university. My goal is to help students be more successful in mathematics and in life.
Thomas Katovsky grew up in Shaker Hts., OH. At age sixteen I was introduced to tennis, and have met and taken tennis clinics from some of the top coaches in the world. l attended Dennis Van DerMeer Academy who founded the Professional Tennis Registry, one of the leading organizations for tennis pros around the world. And, Vic Braden Academy in CA.
In 1989, started “Healthy Referral Newspaper” with Marchia Carnicelli Minor and “Mind Your Body and Spirit” radio show in the early 90’s.
In the 20’s I began coaching at Kent State, John Carroll, and the Israel Tennis Centers. Met Dr Wm Lippy, a world renown ear surgeon in Warren Ohio who was a founder of the Israel Tennis Centers. Coaching in Israel was under the direction of Davis Cup Coach Ron Steele from Australia.