Quote: "We are honored to work alongside The Trump Network in an effort to help autistic and special needs children"
With the recent entry of the non-profit organization DAD (Drums and Disabilities) into The Trump Network's opportunity structure, DAD becomes poised to generate additional funding resources for children with autism, ADHD, dyslexia, Tourette's Syndrome, Asperger's Syndrome, ODD, OCD, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, and other disabilities.
As a distributor of The Trump Network's revolutionary products, the DAD organization can expand its scope and will use proceeds generated to enhance the DAD program offerings.
Founders Lou DeCaprio and brothers Scott and Todd Stanwood state: "We originally founded The Trump Network in 1997 as Ideal Health, with a vision to do well by doing good. We want to empower people to live life fully and advance in all areas of life body, mind, and spirit. The DAD program is fully harmonious with our philosophy and we are delighted to provide a vehicle to help them achieve their goals."
"We are honored to work alongside The Trump Network in an effort to help autistic and special needs children," says DAD President/CEO, Pat Gesualdo. "With the resources potential made available through The Trump Network opportunity, we can add a new dimension to our overall offerings for the children, parents, teachers, and healthcare professionals who use the DAD program."
About the Trump Network
The Trump Network is a network marketing company that offers more than an income. A part of the prestigious Trump brand, the company provides individuals with an opportunity to promote wellness while also promoting a healthy lifestyle. The organization's mission is to help people to be their best and to help each member grow as a person while achieving the income and life they want and deserve.
About the DAD Program
DAD (Drums and Disabilities) is a 501 (C) (3) non-profit organization, founded by celebrated drum virtuoso/author Pat Gesualdo. DAD revolutionized the special education curriculum on a global basis. Doctors, neuroscientists, teachers, parents, physical therapists, occupational therapists, and behavioral therapists use the DAD Program in schools, hospitals, mental health facilities, school systems, and community centers throughout the world, in an effort to help special needs children and adults develop physical and cognitive functioning.
For more information, please contact DAD World Headquarters at 973-725-5150, www.dadprogram.org, or visit the official Pat Gesualdo DAD Program Blog at www.moderndrummer.com.