Monthly Archives: August 2013
  • August 27, 2013
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Senate Bill S959 is scheduled for a vote in the Senate as early as September. This bill, “The Pharmaceutical Quality Security and Accountability Act,” has implications that could negatively affect the access of doctors and patients to compounded prescriptions. If you are a doctor or patient who uses compounded medications, please act now to educate […]

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  • August 20, 2013
  • Generation Rescue
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Back to School. Those iconic words ring loud and clear throughout this country from coast to coast. As a youngster I remember that phrase signaling the end of summer. A collective school-age sigh would be followed by a dutiful call to get back to work. Now, when mid-August comes around, a parental chorus of “Finally!” […]

  • August 20, 2013
  • Generation Rescue
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Back to School. Those iconic words ring loud and clear throughout this country from coast to coast. As a youngster I remember that phrase signaling the end of summer. A collective school-age sigh would be followed by a dutiful call to get back to work. Now, when mid-August comes around, a parental chorus of “Finally!” […]

  • August 20, 2013
  • Generation Rescue
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I just finished watching a video of one of one of my private clients, Patty, playing with her son, Eric. What I saw was a devoted mother trying to help her child stay on task with a variety of activities: puzzles, matching cards and reading books. She was working hard and it looked like she […]

  • August 13, 2013
  • Generation Rescue
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When people asked me what we were doing for the summer, I was stumped at the question. You see, we live in summer all year long here in Malaysia — and sometimes endure it, because the temperature can get really hot. The humidity is so intense that my hair would frizz and puff up like […]

  • August 8, 2013
  • Generation Rescue
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The past month has been a busy one for our family. Not only did we welcome our newest little boy, Owen Sawyer into the Tschikof family, but we also celebrated Jaxon’s eighth birthday, and moved across the United States. Moving is nothing new for us…the military has made sure my boys are very open minded […]

  • August 6, 2013
  • Generation Rescue
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At a very early age we started introducing Anthony to the toothbrush. Since he had sensory issues and speech apraxia, stimulating his senses in his mouth was something his speech and occupational therapists both encouraged.     He enjoyed brushing his teeth for the most part when he was little.  It was an exciting and […]

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  • August 6, 2013
  • Generation Rescue
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Why do you participate and support the Rescue Family grant program?  When asked why I have supported the Rescue Family Grant Program I immediately thought about my love and compassion for a whole family with a child that has special needs. Participating in the Generation Rescue Grant Program is a wonderful heart filling part of […]

  • August 6, 2013
  • Generation Rescue
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Many of the parents I have worked with over the years have expressed an urgency they feel in seeing their child develop within a certain time frame — trying to “beat the clock” before they lose the ideal “window of development.” This can result in an anxiety-filled experience in the background, or foreground, of your […]