My life has been filled with terrible misfortune; most of which never happened." -Renaissance Essayist, Michel De Montaigne
My daughter began volunteering at a medical mission in Louisville with her medical school professional fraternity. This mission takes clean supplies, sorts them, and pairs with charities around the world to help people and kids who otherwise go without. She will be taking some of our old trachs to them for me in a few weeks. If you have anything that you want donated I can have her take those when she goes back to U of L after spring break. Also, please feel free to pass along this information to any families that have donations that they would like to make. It’s a good organization and the U of L med school goes there at least once a month to sort supplies and box them up. Here is the link for your review. www.suppliesoverseas.org
On March 13, 2015 we will be having the 1st
Empowering Families Symposium:
Advocating for Children with Special Needs
at Xavier University.
Sign up now to reserve your seat or vendor table and mark your 2015 Calendars!!
FRIDAY, MARCH 13th 2015
Registration 8:00-9:00 am
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
XAVIER UNIVERSITY CINTAS CENTER
Schiff Family Conference Center
Find Special Needs Resources
Access community resources, connect with an special education advocates
and network with others facing similar challenges.
Attend Workshops and our Resource Fair
The conference includes speakers, community agencies and companies specializing in:
Medical & Behavioral Supports
It’s our pleasure to have Gary Tonks; Executive Director Arc of Ohio as our Keynote Speaker
Both Attendees and Vendors Register for Event
This year’s event will not only incorporate community resources and educational topics but allow more time for families to network and support each other. Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is excited for our new partnership with Xavier University and the UCEDD/LEND Program.
We are hoping you can join us!
Breakfast and Lunch included with registration.
Calming the Chaos: Essential Skills That Help Smart but Scattered Students Reach Their Full Potential - with Peg Dawson, ED.D., NCSP
Wednesday, March 18th, 7:00 to 9:00PM
Sharonville Convention Center
Click here to view the full brocure and additional details
Register at www.springer-ld.org
Register Early, Space Is Limited!
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Marcy Mullins: "Great services to clients that need it the most - thanks for all you do for families!!!!"
Mickey McDaniel: "12 years of service that has been awesome accented with genuine care. Awesome care and service. They treat you better than family"
Sonya Horton: "Fast service and delivery of supplies"
Mandy Salensky: "RSVP has been amazing. They helped me fight insurance and get the Trilogy vent and now my daughter sleeps so much better. I am very happy with the care they have given my family."
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