Support Team Mara in the Walk for Kids!

Mara LaytonOne of the youngest members of the ComputerEase family, Mara Layton, was diagnosed with Turner Syndrome when her mother, Director of Operations Peggy Layton, was 20 weeks pregnant. Turner Syndrome is a chromosomal abnormality that occurs in women that can cause serious health problems like congenital heart disease, hypothyroidism, diabetes and more.

Mara is now three years old, overcoming every expectation, and benefiting from excellent treatment at the Turners Syndrome Clinic in Cincinnati. Her bright smile and joyful attitude inspires everyone at ComputerEase, and every year we come together to support the Cincinnatus Foundation for Research and Education on Turner Syndrome at the local Cincinnati Walks for Kids event. The Cincinnatus foundation uses funds raised at this event to support research and education for the Turner Syndrome Clinic.

This year, we want to aim high. Team Mara’s goal for fund raising is $5,000. We believe that we can exceed that. From now until the Walk, we’ll be donating a portion of our profits to Team Mara!

Visit Team Mara’s page to learn more. To find out more about Turner Syndrome, you can visit the Turner Syndrome Society’s website.