Cascade Dafo employee Alec Forsloff is the recipient of the Jena Johnson Employment Achievement award, honoring his success in entering the work force and his commitment to maintaining high performance standards.
Your DAFO Stories
Entrepreneur and disability advocate Daman Wandke's new start-up company–AbiliTrek–is aimed at providing travelers with accessibility information.
We’ve been enthusiastically following McKenna Dahl's Paralympic journey for the past few years. She recently returned from a history-making, medal-winning performance in Rio, and is looking ahead to a bright future. Learn more about her Paralympic experiences here.
Maggie and her dog Beau have a special bond. Learn how Beau has helped Maggie become the independent and confident young college student she is today.
Learn about Emri, a little girl with Marfan syndrome, and how she has far exceeded everyone's expectations.
We are blown away by this amazing new playground, and the group of parents, educators, and community members responsible for taking this project from dream to reality. Check out the video for the full story -- we guarantee you'll want to plan a trip to see it in person (and play)!
Follow the story of recent high school graduate McKenna Dahl, 18, of Arlington, Wash., as she prepares to become a resident athlete at the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center.
We received the following email and video from Tadd, proud dad to twins Derby and Loen: “My twins were born 16 weeks early, at just 24 weeks and 2 days gestation weighing only 1 pound 6 ounces each. They both were in the NICU for nearly 4 months and came home in February 2008.
Lateef McLeod, a poet (and Cascade patient), has achieved a landmark by moving from self-publishing to Amazon! His collection of poems, A Declaration of a Body of Love, is now listed on Amazon. (We profiled Lateef and reprinted a poem of his in the Winter | January 2009 Dafo Dynamics.)