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The Cold Hard Facts

The Cold Hard Facts

 

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 …

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Parents of Loveland teen struck by lightning find new hope on community trip to Israel

Parents of Loveland teen struck by lightning find new hope on community trip to Israel

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.

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A Very Special Gift for Ethan

After watching the amazing breakthrough video of Ethan blinking his answers to his mom, Alexia's questions, Jacob Smilg, 13 immediately knew what he wanted to build for Ethan Kadish. Jacob got to work programming and wiring his @arduino and @adafruit LED board to craft an impressive Communication Yes/No Board for Ethan to use with his family and friends.  Jacob is an 8th grader at Sycamore Jr. High School in Cincinnati, Ohio and a URJ-GUCI camper.

 

WCPO 9 (ABC) Reporter Tony Mirones: 

http://www.wcpo.com/news/local-news/hamilton-county/loveland/8th-grader-helping-friend-get-his-voice-back-by-building-electronic-device

WKRC 12 (CBS) Reporter Sydney Benter:  http://local12.com/news/local/boy-helps-friend-communicate-with-computer-program

WLWT 5 (NBC) Reporter Miriah Turner: …

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Cincinnati Chocolate Festival

 

Making Life a Little Sweeter for Chocolate Lovers and for Those in Need

Join us Sunday, October 11th for the sixth annual Cincinnati Chocolate Festival at the Cintas Center at Xavier University. Designed for chocolate lovers of all ages, this delectable event will feature tempting chocolate tastings from delicious local vendors, celebrity chef demonstrations, contests, raffle baskets, children’s activities and much more. This spectacular event will tempt your palate and indulge your chocolate cravings to your absolute delight and satisfaction.

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A day in the life of Ethan…..

A day in the life of Ethan…..

 

Wait until you get to the exciting part of his day…around 6:45PM.  Sorry in advance for the long post, Ethan lives an active life some days.

Thursday, June 18
7AM – Lindsey, our night nurse, reports Ethan had a great night of sleep.

8AM - Caleb, our day nurse, arrives to take Ethan to his Summer School Program.

8:45AM - Ethan and Caleb head off on the bus.

12:15PM - Ethan and Caleb arrive home. Caleb reports that Ethan enjoyed a lazy day and slept through most of the morning.

5PM - Power at home goes …

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