Steph’s letter brings awareness not only to the hospital administrators but one letter acts as the first domino in a domino effect. Sonda posted it and her followers read it. I post it and my followers read it. Within each of those three groups of people, hopefully, many people will discuss it with someone else — friends, family, colleagues. Within that group at least a few will make a change. I thank you for reading this because by doing so you have brought more awareness to the world.

sondasmcschatter

FRI APRIL 8, ’16

MOST ALL OF YOU KNOW OUR MCS SISTER STEPH— & STEPH SHARED WITH ME IN AN E-MAIL— & I WANTED TO SHARE WITH ALL OF YOU!!!!

THANKS STEPH—- MISS YOUR BLOG—- BUT LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU— THANK YOU FOR SHARING!!!!  LOVE YA– STEPH!!!!

Guest Blog:
Stephanie Snajd

I had a kidney stone. I put off going to the hospital hoping it would pass. After many hours and realizing the stone wasn’t moving and I was getting dehydrated, I decided I better go to the hospital in spite of knowing I would also have to deal with reactions due to my chemical sensitivity.  I was in the emergency room and observation unit for about 18 hours.

After my visit, I wrote a letter to the hospital.

Dear *** (Hospital Administrator):

Last week I was a patient at  ***** Hospital. I really appreciated the care I received…

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