Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Amy's job

Not sure if most of you know what I do. I am a night shift pediatric nurse at Scottish Rite, part of Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta.
I work a neuro/craniofacial floor meaning I work a lot with plastic surgeries. Please let me know if you are adopting a SN child with cleft lip, cleft palate, facial deformities or any other condition that may require surgery. I'm just putting this out there. I would love to give you any support that you may need and I'm sure it would nice to have an extra friend there!! I have been blessed to meet many families that have adopted from China this year and its been so nice to learn from them!

Blessings,
Amy

10 comments:

Eric & Heather said...

Hey Amy!

Lily has her first appointment with Dr. W. at Children's this Friday at 1:45. I'm not looking forward to seeing Lily upset when we start their plan of care.

Jill and Jaap said...

That's wonderful that you are doing this Amy!

Support in anyway for failies is wonderful!

CJ and Donna said...

Thanks for all your support and help. Shelby will have to owe you a big hug!

Doris & Dan said...

What a lovely and kind offer.

You are too sweet!

Keep smilin!

Mommy Spice said...

What an awesome place to work. I bet you are a comfort to families needing these services.

Roy and Lori said...

What you are doing is so
wonderful!!

ADELE said...

I bet you are such a comfort and encouragment to all of the families you come in contact with. Glad to know what you do. Also, thanks for always commenting on my blog. It makes my day!

Tracey & Mike said...

What a wonderful, rewarding job. And so kind of you to offer your experience and support!

Don and Be said...

We indicated our desire to adopt SN - cleft lip/palate, club foot/hand in our initial paperwork. Our agency made that known to the CCAA - we're waiting.
We admire your dedication to these wonderful children in your work environment.
In the Waiting Room,
Don & Be

Tracy said...

What a nice offer. How "correctible" is a cleft lip/palate. (I'm not sure how to phrase it.) That is, what types of issues do children with cleft lip/palate have to deal with later on?