Stephanie Deady is a little apprehensive about attending her first MitoAction Energy Walk & 5K. It’s been a whirlwind year since her son, Logan, was diagnosed with mitochondrial disease and she still hasn’t processed it all.
“Being around so many people with similar issues makes it so real,” said the North Providence, RI, mom.
“I wake up and I just do it. I just move forward, because I have to. When I stop and think about it, the tears will come. I want to meet other people, but I don’t want to cry.”