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Family sues after child allegedly dies in foster care

on Mon, 05/05/2014 - 08:55
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Family sues after child allegedly dies in foster care

GRETNA – The family of a boy who allegedly died while in foster care is suing.

Patrick Simmons Sr. and Crystal Simmons, individually and on behalf of their deceased minor child Eli Simmons, Southeast Louisiana Legal Services/Children’s Legal Services Project, Patrick Simmons Jr. and Ania Simmons filed suit against The State of Louisiana, Department of Children and Family Services, The Department of Social Services Office of Community Services, Dr. Frank Minyard and his successor Dr.

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Child and Family Services And Alberta Children Hospital Abuse Children as a Team

on Mon, 12/23/2013 - 17:46
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Child and Family Services And Alberta Children Hospital Abuse Children as a Team

A year ago our child was misdiagnosed and mistreated in Alberta Children's Hospital .

He was diagnosed with Miller Fisher Syndrome and was treated with IVIG( 50 anti bodies from 50 different people) and next day we were told that it was a wrong treatment and was changed into Wernickes ( 60 years old Alcoholics illness) and was diagnosed with Vitamin B 1 Deficiency.

No one could find the answer as our child was a vetarian and never ever missed a Vitamin B .After IVIG he acted weird and started to act as if he was not knowing what he was doing.

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Origins Australia (Forced Adoption Support Network) - Supporting People Separated by Adoption

on Mon, 06/03/2013 - 10:24
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Origins Australia (Forced Adoption Support Network) - Supporting People Separated by Adoption

Known Consequences of Separating Mother and Child at Birth

Adoption similar to a death

After their babies were taken mothers were left to get on with their lives as best they could, though it was known, at least as early as 1961 (Gough), that they would need to mourn their babies just as though they had lost them by death. This was acknowledged by Sister Borromeo in the Australian Journal of Social Work in 1968, and others wrote about the need for mothers to have support after their babies had been adopted, but this didn't happen.

 At the Fifth Australian Adoption Conference in Sydney in