"Baseball and family are pretty much synonymous."
There are now 20 JAM Clubs across Pennsylvania and four in other states.
The American Heart Association hopes kids will go home and teach their parents and grandparents as well.
Kids get to practice the skills they're learning in a simulated business world at JA BizTown.
"Early detection is often the key to success."
The hope is that families will start their own college savings account.
Vision problems are the No. 1 one cause of disability in children.
“I’m 13 now, and my body is like 70 years old.”
"You just you move your hands or you move your legs, and he knows exactly what you want."
We’ve seen a lot of cases of bullying in the news in the last couple of weeks. Despite all of the anti-bullying lessons at schools, it’s not going away. In fact, an unscientific survey on the KDKA Facebook page found that 69% of parents said their child was bullied. Dana Ziemniak of Thornburg Borough knows...
Educators are realizing the value of play and of the simple messages of Mister Rogers.
"Basically it's about how teenage fears are all the same, no matter whether you have a disability or you don't,"
“It’s probably not easy to open up to adult, but opening up to someone your age is relatable,”
"I've tried to take whatever happened and make it my own life's mission."