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Wendy Schmidt

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Joint Council on International Children's Services

HQ Phone:  (703) 535-8045

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Joint Council on International Children's Services

117 S SAINT ASAPH ST

Alexandria, Virginia,22314

United States

Company Description

Joint Council on International Children's Services is a membership-based advocacy organization which advocates for every child's right to a safe, permanent, and loving family. Joint Council members include world renowned child advocacy organizations, orphan ca...more

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Another area expert, Wendy Schmidt, a pediatric occupational therapist who specializes in international children's health care and works with a number of post-institutionalized children throughout the area, called EAC and offered to speak at seminars or talk to individual parents.While her counsel could be especially valuable to parents - she ~an offer simple therapeutic exercises and insights that parents can use as soon as they pluck their children out of the orphanage -- her offer was ignored.And there are other resources that could help both Cole and her families, but she has failed to explore them fully.For instance, she's not a member of the Joint Council on International Children's Services, the oldest and largest professional association of international adoption agencies.


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Her first experience with collaboration was with three pediatricians (Karen Olness, Anna Mandalakas, Scott Faber) and and a pediatric occupational therapist (Wendy Schmidt) at Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital and the Case Western Reserve School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio.


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