As we shine our lights toward a new year for Ethan, we mark the end of Chanukah with a gift of love. We pray that the new year brings a year of love and a year of support.
The Cold Hard Facts
We are now almost 3.5 years post Ethan’s injury. We are enormously grateful for all of the love and support we receive from our family, our community and Team Ethan. We wish we could give each one of you a personal THANK YOU for all that you have done.
As we approach the 4th Annual Eighth Night for Ethan, we wanted to summarize why we keep pursuing these fundraising events – not by choice but by necessity.
Ethan is covered by three different health insurance policies …
Sometimes making a decision gets compounded by multiple factors. This happened to us in the days leading to past weekend and fortunately everything ended up very well.
Last year, Scott and I attended our first Parents Weekend at Washington University—we got to visit Zakary while learning more about his campus, meeting his friends and taking him out to wonderful eateries around the city. After that successful weekend, we set our sights to Parents Weekend 2016 and started to hatch a plan. My father, Bill, a graduate …
New Logo – Same Place – Same Great Care…Here We Go Again
On the evening of Saturday, October 15, Ethan and Scott headed to the Emergency Department (ED) at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) as Ethan presented the same GI issues he has presented in the past. Ethan’s last GI event which resulted in surgery was some 258 days ago.
After a flurry of tests, fluid replacement, x-rays and a CT scan, Ethan found his way into the PICU with a UTI and concern for …
It wasn't easy for Scott and Alexia Kadish to leave Ethan behind when they went to Israel. But they got some tips on therapies that could help their son's recovery. Read the story and view the newscast of Lucy May's interview with Alexia and Scott here.