As a country, we have satisfaction in being American, but each community also value’s their own individual cultures. The American Sleep and Breathing Academy (ASBA) wants to release an official statement of support and pride for the communities in Florida and surrounding areas as well as Houston communities effected by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. With different disasters in different areas come different recoveries but, nevertheless, recovery is inevitable.
The resilience of the communities damaged are stunning and marvelous, but not shocking. It is especially magnificent to see Houston rally behind the Houston Astros, major league contenders for the championship of America’s pastime, and NFL legend/Rose of Texas Earl Campbell’s Project Rose, a project dedicated to enhancing the safety of sports and improving sleep and wellness in communities throughout the country. After the devastating hurricane, Earl Campbell and Gary Baxter wanted to focus on adding to the local economy in Houston. They are doing so by launching sleep and wellness programs in 17 hospitals/clinics throughout Houston.
The wellness program is designed with an emphasis on preventive care and a healthier lifestyle. An ounce of prevention can save a pound of problems. That’s why Project Rose Wellness Program is proudly offering the next generation of innovative lab testing, food/nutrition education, mental and physical health exercises, and providing a unique approach to understanding everyone’s lifestyle requirements for better health.
Strengthening the ties of communities adds to the fortitude and unity of the entire country. The American Sleep and Breathing Academy thanks everyone involved for their contribution and unwavering capacity to recover quickly from difficult times.
Call David Gergen at 602-478-9713 to see how you can become involved.