Episode 19: Who Cares

Episode 19 : “Who Cares” — The Often Awesome Army gears up to take charge of Tim’s Quality of Life Care.

Often Awesome The Series is a web series about Tim and Kaylan’s battle with ALS. Its a story about love, friends, strength and courage. Join us every two weeks for a new chapter in this amazing adventure.

For more information about Tim and Kaylan’s fight and to help them please visit : http://www.oftenawesome.org

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11 Responses to “Episode 19: Who Cares”

  1. Livy54 Says:

    Not just “Often Awesome” – “Totally Awesome!! I have had first hand experience in which you speak, and your army is super fantastic!!

  2. TrollRaper69 Says:

    how can they afford this kind of care…my stepmom takes care of my dad by herself and is losing the battle

  3. Heliftsme Says:

    The series is nominated for Best Documentary Series for a Webby. Please help us take home the People’s Voice Award for voting! Go to the youtube titled: “Often Awesome The Series: An ALS Love Story Official Trailer”, and click the link to the Webby awards. Ends 4/26/2012.

  4. RAINBOWLIZY333 Says:

    Researchers found that increasing consumption of carotenoids, beta-carotene & lutein, might reduce the risk for this progressive neurological disease, which attacks nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. Carrots, yams & mangoes are rich in beta-carotenes, & spinach, collard greens & egg yolks are good sources of lutein.

  5. RAINBOWLIZY333 Says:

    However, diets rich in the antioxidants lycopene, beta-cryptoxanthin & vitamin C do not apparently reduce the risk for ALS.

  6. RAINBOWLIZY333 Says:

    TUESDAY, 1/29/13 (HealthDay News) Study tied foods like carrots, spinach & yams to lower risk of Lou Gehrig’s disease. Eating bright orange, red or yellow fruits & dark-green vegetables rich in antioxidants may help prevent or delay the onset of ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease.

  7. PiaMoves Says:

    My dad is suffering from ALS, we just went through trach placement and he will be ablt to go home today back at home. This story is so inspiring. I can not help but cry.

  8. PiaMoves Says:

    It makes me fel that my mom and I are not alone.

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  10. AllAcesMedia Says:

    You are not alone. Thanks for sharing your story with us. Come join the community on Facebook, the link is active in the description above. Our hearts are with you. Love

  11. Daniel Guzman Says:

    There are amazing people in this world this is proof.. God bless you all..

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