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The 8th Night For Ethan

The 8th Night For Ethan

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.

http://bit.ly/8thnightforethan   #8thNightForEthan

 

 

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New Logo – Same Place – Same Great Care…Here We Go Again.

New Logo – Same Place – Same Great Care…Here We Go Again.

 

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 …

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Our Hanukkah Hiccup

Our Hanukkah Hiccup

We’ve been told that Ethan has this uncanny ability to time his hospitalizations around holidays: Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Simchat Torah, Chanukah, Passover, Birthdays, and Mother’s Day. I guess the odds are that when you spend more than 300 days in the hospital over 2 ½ years’ time, you’re bound to be in-patient over some holidays. This week’s holiday of Hanukkah is no different. Ethan was diagnosed with a UTI on Tuesday morning, and by Tuesday afternoon, his bowels decided to take a siesta. …

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A Huge Breakthrough

 

We are ecstatic to share this video update of Ethan, showing signs of understanding and communication. This is a game-changer, as it will open up more avenues of engaging with the world around him. Who knows where he will go from here?

Thank you to Team Ethan for your constant love and support. A more detailed update on Ethan is in the works; this latest development trumps anything I was writing!

 

Much love and strength,

Alexia and Scott

 

 

http://www.wcpo.com/lifestyle/ethan-kadish-loveland-boy-struck-by-lightning-has-major-communication-breakthrough

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A Bolt Out Of The Blue: Ethan’s Story

A Bolt Out Of The Blue: Ethan’s Story

 

A special thank you to our friends at HelpHOPELive.org for all of their fundraising guidance and support!

The must-read story of Ethan Kadish, a teenage boy who was struck by lightning in 2013.

http://blog.helphopelive.org/2015/06/29/lightning-injury-ethan-kadish/

 

 

 

*Photo Credit: HelpHOPELive.org 

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HOME!

HOME!

 

HOME!

'nuff said…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* Feature image: from The Arc

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Should I Stay or Should I Go Now?

Should I Stay or Should I Go Now?

 

Not a bad phrase to embrace. Rather than calculating each move, each thought, each plan, perhaps I need to do more of this “living by the seat of my pants.”

Right before leaving for Seattle last month, my older brother David, asked if I could consider coming out to California as a surprise for our dad’s birthday toward the end of April. He helped me plan this and, with our sister Suzanne having also recently been back in the hospital herself, this sounded great from a …

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Scattered

Scattered

That's the feeling of the day/week/month. We spin in our own circles of work, therapies, doctor visits, school, extra-curricular stuff, etc. At the end of the day we often look to each other and say, "What happened?"
Working with Ethan is physically and mentally challenging and we eagerly collapse into bed each night. Yet we push forward and see that gradually there are some small, noticeable changes. The way that Ethan seems more present at times in conversations; the way he reacts during familiar times, …

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Peaks Frozen Yogurt Fundraiser

 

 

 

 

Friday March 6th is a fundraiser @ Peaks Crossroads for a young man who was tragically struck by lightning and suffered severe brain damage. His family members are regulars of Peaks and we wanted to help however we could.

Mention at checkout that …

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Shabbat Shalom

Shabbat Shalom

 

Home is the where the heart is. It's also where Ethan is! And Scott, Alexia, Zakary, Elyse and Cincy. We are excited to be back together again after spending the last 29 days in the hospital. We are welcoming Shabbat as a family and enjoying the peace and wholeness it brings back into our lives.

 

Shabbat Shalom,

Alexia and Scott

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