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CK&F Sponsors The Side By Side Brain Injury Clubhouse’s Charity Basketball Game

By Cash Krugler Fredericks |

For the fourth consecutive year, CK&F was the lead sponsor for the Side by Side Brain Injury Clubhouse’s charity basketball game, Sawbones v. Jawbones.  Side by Side Brain Injury Clubhouse is a bridge of support for people with brain injuries to transition from medical patients to contributing community members.  For more information or to donate,… Read More »

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Jawbones vs. Sawbones: Epic Basketball for Serious Injuries

By Cash Krugler Fredericks |

In December, I spoke to a group of attorneys, health care providers and families of brain injured loved ones regarding the ethical challenges of protecting a client who has diminished capacity due to a traumatic brain injury. When an accident happens that causes a traumatic brain injury (TBI), the victim often faces a lifetime… Read More »

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Take Some Time to Enjoy the Holidays

By Cash Krugler Fredericks |

The holidays are a festive, yet somewhat hectic time. There are gifts to buy, parties to attend and traveling to do. Cash Krugler Fredericks encourages you to slow down and enjoy the season. Try not to rush. Atlanta traffic will be extra heavy, so allow yourself enough time to get to events and don’t… Read More »

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What I’ve Learned From Juvenile or Type 1 Diabetes

By Cash Krugler Fredericks |

As National Diabetes Awareness Month concludes, I am grateful for the work that the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) has done on behalf of families and children like mine who live with Type 1 diabetes. JDRF is the only global diabetes foundation with a strategic plan to end Type 1 diabetes. As a father… Read More »

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CK&F Sponsors the Shepherd Center’s Legendary Party

By Cash Krugler Fredericks |

For the second consecutive year, CK&F sponsored the Legendary Party, the Shepherd Center Foundation’s largest fundraising event. CK&F is proud to support the Shepherd Center and its patient care programs for those who have suffered brain and spinal cord injuries. For more information on the Shepherd Center, please visit www.shepherd.org.

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Andrew Cash Completes Term as Board President of JDRF Georgia

By Cash Krugler Fredericks |

Andrew Cash completed his two year term as Board President of the Georgia Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).  In total, Cash served a total of six consecutive years on the JDRF Board.

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CK&F Sponsors JDRF Hope For A Cure Gala

By Cash Krugler Fredericks |

CK&F sponsored the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) Hope for a Cure Gala for the 7th consecutive year.  CK&F is proud to have contributed to a record Gala and remains committed to JDRF’s efforts to find a cure for diabetes.  For more information or to donate, please visit JDRF’s website at www.jdrfgeorgia.org.

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Tight Control of Diabetes 1 Wards Off Complications

By Cash Krugler Fredericks |

Earlier this month, a study about Type 1 diabetics was published. It reminded me of why my wife and I are so dedicated to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and their fight for a cure. My boys strive every day, on their own and with our help, to keep their blood sugar in a… Read More »

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Diabetes: Misconceptions and Symptoms

By Cash Krugler Fredericks |

Last month, my family and I celebrated a bittersweet milestone. My wife and participated in the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) One Walk with our two sons. Both my children have Type 1 diabetes and this year marked the 10th anniversary of our eldest son’s diagnosis. In honor of that, my family committed to… Read More »

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JDRF Walk a Big Success

By Cash Krugler Fredericks |

Over the weekend, my family and I participated in the Atlanta JDRF One Walk. I’ve shared in an earlier blog post that both my sons have Type 1 diabetes, often referred to as juvenile diabetes. The One Walk is something my family has participated in, and fundraised for, for years. We’ll keep walking together… Read More »

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