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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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NOT FUNNY!!

NOT FUNNY!!

 

Last night during Ethan’s evening home PT exercises he broke his left humerus bone. Definitely not humorous. Ethan’s left upper arm (elbow to shoulder) is in a temporary splint for the next five days until he is seen again by the orthopedist to receive his cast. The discussion around the house is what color the cast should be. Elyse votes for purple/pink and Zak says orange/black.

This is not the break we were hoping for.   

Everything with Ethan has just gotten harder…not that it was easy …

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I Think I’m Gonna Like It Here

I Think I’m Gonna Like It Here

These were the words uttered by Zak before we said our goodbyes at Washington University in St. Louis last month. He had taken us to “The Loop,” a 10-minute walk from campus, where we enjoyed a delicious lunch together. While he was talking about all the things he was looking forward to trying out and getting involved with first semester, he got a big grin on his face and said, “Talking about all of this makes me think of the song from Annie, ‘I Think …

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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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The Boomerang Effect—A much-overdue Ethan Update

The Boomerang Effect—A much-overdue Ethan Update

 

HOME. AGAIN. Or was this a dream?  We were very excited to bring Ethan home on Saturday, April 25. We felt grateful that he avoided a trip to the Operating Room during that hospitalization; his medical team was able to treat him with non-surgical methods. Ethan took those two weeks in stride. When we brought him home that Saturday afternoon, he was back to his laughing and smiling self. We tried to take the weekend to rest and recharge, as best we could before hitting …

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Benja Cook Runs 10K to HelpHOPELive for Ethan!

 

 

April 26, 2015 

For my Bar Mitzvah, I wanted to do a Mitzvah project that would really make a difference. My friend Gabi’s cousin had a terrible accident while playing Frisbee at camp, and I knew that could have easily been me, or any one of my friends. 
Ethan’s medical expenses and ongoing care have been very expensive. He’s confined to a wheelchair, needs round-the-clock care, and he’s been back in the hospital several times. So far Ethan’s progress has been amazing, and he’s an …

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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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Finding Strength in Stories

Finding Strength in Stories

 

Have you ever read a book that resonated with you so deeply you couldn’t get it out of your head? I’ve had that experience several times over the years, but I have never felt that a book was written with MY FAMILY’S STORY as the guiding force. On the flight out to California in December I read a tiny blurb about a new children’s book by LeVar Burton (of “Reading Rainbow” and “Roots” fame), poet Susan Schaefer Bernardo and illustrator Courteney Fletcher. I was intrigued …

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