You Can’t Keep a Good Woman on the Ground
When 89-year-old Ruth, who is legally blind, wanted to go skydiving, it raised a few eyebrows. But following a short course of instruction, Ruth had a thrilling time as she jumped from a plane and parachuted over the Indiana countryside.
With the help of the staff at Blair Ridge Health Campus, Peru, Indiana, her family, and Air Indiana Skydiving Center, Ruth was able to Live her Dream.
Take Me Out To The Ball Game
Michigan and North Ohio are filled with Detroit Tigers Fans! When Live A Dream was able to secure 70 tickets to their big game against the Houston Astros (winner of the 2017 World Series) our Trilogy Campuses could not wait. From getting every resident ready, to sending the buses off to the game, it created a large impact for everyone involved to see each resident light up with joy. Continue Reading
Chris and KISS Rock and Roll All Night
Chris, 52, is a KISS super fan. Their music is kept on constant rotation in his CD player. On the back of his wheelchair, a sparkling KISS license plate proudly advertises the band’s world domination. And when you enter his room, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a corner that isn’t covered in KISS posters and memorabilia.
When he was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy, Chris convinced himself that he would never get to see the band perform live again. When Live a Dream heard this, they checked KISS’ touring schedule and got to work.
The Bees Knees
Nothing is more important to Lodema K. than family. When her son, Cody, decided to compete in his school’s spelling bee, Live A Dream knew she had to be there! Thanks to the help of The Willows at Bellevue, Lodema was able to witness her son place first in the Green Spring Elementary 4th Grade Spelling Bee! Continue Reading