Despite the physical and emotional toll of his illness, Greyson remains positive and determined to get back to running. He has been an inspiration to his family, friends, and community as he continues to fight for his health. His story has been featured in local news outlets, highlighting the importance of vaccinations and the need for continued research into treatments for those affected by COVID-19.
Greyson’s courage and resilience have been a source of strength for many during this difficult time. He is a reminder that even in the face of adversity, hope can still be found.
- “He didn’t want to do it. I thought it was best to get us back to normal. We are now facing a new normal in which my son has felt close to death, and no one can help him. He screams in pain, and feels like he’s having a heart attack, and his veins are about to explode.
I thought I was doing the right thing and I was wrong. I have felt so guilty about scheduling him for that damn thing, but I can’t take it back. Had I known the risk, and if the state wasn’t making it almost a social pressure to get the vaccine, I wouldn’t have done it, especially since he had it last year and built some natural immunity. I’ve been told now by doctors that we shouldn’t have done it.
To think that colleges will require it to go back is insane after what we’ve been through. I can’t believe colleges will force it knowing that this is occurring. Colleges (or anyone) shouldn’t be able to force someone to get a vaccine.” â€”Marie Follmer, mother.
1. Make sure your family has a plan in place for emergencies.
2. Teach your family members basic safety skills, such as first aid and CPR.
3. Install smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors in your home and check them regularly.
4. Keep all firearms locked up and out of reach of children.
5. Make sure everyone in the family knows how to swim and is aware of water safety rules.
6. Ensure that all family members know their full name, address, phone number, and parents’ names in case they ever get lost or separated from you while out in public.
7. Have regular conversations with your children about online safety, including cyberbullying, sexting, and stranger danger online.
8. Establish clear rules about internet use for all family members and monitor their activity when possible to ensure they are following those rules safely.
9. Set limits on screen time for all family members to reduce the risk of addiction or other negative effects associated with too much technology use.
10. Practice fire drills at home so that everyone knows what to do if there is a fire emergency