Wishes for Scarlett

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About 'Wishes for Scarlett' Channel

Every Child Deserves a Chance to Bloom

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[...] we’ve had a few colds, but nothing we couldn’t handle at home with the medical equipment we have. We’ve been blessed in this area. Scarlett has been able to grow in [...]

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[...] curtains I had saved. It is a priceless treasure. The room is calm and beautiful despite the medical equipment and subtle reminders of Scarlett’s care. To have a peaceful respite is so important [...]

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[...] we had yet to see any respiratory therapists to even administer chest PT which is critical for SMA kids. I literally had to badger our nurse every half hour to get her to stay on top of the order for [...]

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sick

[...] and again I was told no. This was so frustrating because I know better. I know from other SMA families and our Madison doctors how critical good respiratory care is for Scarlett. It is what will [...]

potty time

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