• How to Protect Yourself and Your Children from Medical Kidnapping

    It is common for people to spend more time deliberating over what type of cable TV package they will purchase than over who will provide their family with primary health care services. Making the right choice of health care provider may be one of the most important decisions that you make for your family. It may determine whether your family stays together or is broken up and destroyed by Child Protective Services. Are you a parent who believes that you have the right to make decisions for your children regarding the medical care they receive? Are you a parent who believes that you have a responsibility to control what your children eat? Are you a parent who believes that you should be able to determine how your children should be educated and what they are taught? If you are such a parent, then beware, your freedom to raise your children and make decisions for them may be threatened by Child Protective Services in the state where you live. The security of your home and family could be destroyed by those who do not support your rights as a parent to raise your children according to the values that you cherish. This article will help you protect your family from unwanted intrusion by those who think they know more about parenting your children than you do. To protect your family, it is necessary that you make wise decisions about the healthcare providers that you choose. The wrong choice of a physician can lead to dreadful consequences for every member of your family, because there is a legal connection between your physician and Child Protective Services.

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  • How to Protect Yourself and Your Children from Medical Kidnapping

    My step daughter was taken by dcs yesterday because we would not sign her off to a LVL 2 facility the physiologist recommended saying by not sending her away its neglect. She is a RAD child and as it says in its name reactive attachment disorder child. dcs is making it worse by removing her attachments. we are at a loss of what to do. DCS tried bullying us into signing the paper and now is making good with the threats. we are for treatment just not sending her away to a facility she does not need.

  • How to Protect Yourself and Your Children from Medical Kidnapping

    Jack said:

    My step daughter was taken by dcs yesterday because we would not sign her off to a LVL 2 facility the physiologist recommended saying by not sending her away its neglect. She is a RAD child and as it says in its name reactive attachment disorder child. dcs is making it worse by removing her attachments. we are at a loss of what to do. DCS tried bullying us into signing the paper and now is making good with the threats. we are for treatment just not sending her away to a facility she does not need.

    @Jackie, We're so sorry to hear this! If you would like us to consider publishing your story, you can write to us here: https://medicalkidnap.com/contactus/

  • How to Protect Yourself and Your Children from Medical Kidnapping

    Regarding healthcare for children and families (please keep in mind that these are guidelines, not guarantees): 1.) If you have a choice regarding your medical coverage: avoid "narrow networks" and enroll in a health savings account plan (HSA) instead of a co-pay plan. Now that ObamaCare has made most deductibles very high, co-pay plans are not usually worth the money; unless someone in your family is hospitalized, you'll never see a dollar of those high premiums again. With an HSA, your deductible may be even higher but your premiums should be lower. Use the money you save on premiums to partially fund your HSA, which can be used to pay not only for medical bills and prescriptions, but also for expenses not traditionally funded by medical coverage, such as dental expenses and glasses/contacts. 2.) If possible, find a primary physician who works at an independent clinic instead of one owned by a "healthcare system." Physicians who own their own practices (or work for another independent physician/owner) are more likely/allowed to be independent thinkers than those who work for CorpMed; some even provide direct primary care (care funded by retainer payments outside the insurance system). Unless there are significant medical concerns, a child doesn't need to see a pediatrician. For healthy children, a family practitioner is sufficient and can provide care as your family grows. When searching for a physician, tell your family's potential new doctor that while you will appreciate and consider his/her recommendations regarding treatments/specialist referrals, you prefer to have the option to make final decisions. A good doctor will respect this. 3.) Call it the "primary-care paradox": the better places for primary care are not usually the better places for specialty care, and vice versa. Should your child need a specialist for a serious condition such as cancer (and you select conventional Western treatment) or a congenital heart defect requiring surgery, you may not have any choice but to go to an academic/children's medical center. If you live in or are referred to a large city where there is more than one pediatric hospital, avoid the highest-volume facility (often self-described as the city's "only freestanding children's hospital") and seek a smaller, also high-quality facility (often self-described as a "hospital within a hospital"). In addition, avoid if possible pediatric hospitals in lower-income neighborhoods: in brief, the largest children's hospitals and those located in low-income areas MAY be more likely to have vigilant child-abuse teams. If your child doesn't have a serious condition but needs hospital attention (for example, sutures, casting, or routine minor surgery), seek a general hospital with a good pediatrics unit (if possible, one NOT staffed by or affiliated with a "children's hospital"). Provided that you can afford to do so and your child's hospital admission is routine, it may be prudent to consult with a family-law attorney in advance. If certain forms of treatment that you want to refuse for religious reasons are not definite but possible (depending on the course of your child's illness), inform your clergy before treatment/hospitalization begins and ask if s/he is willing to support your decision in a formal context before a hospital's medical-ethics board. Have your local clergy alert his/her superiors in the event that more religious support may be needed, and contact an attorney. 4.) If you need to travel to a hospital out of town: if possible, avoid receiving care at any children's hospital with a McDonald's or other fast-food restaurant on the premises. Also, provided that you can afford it, avoid staying at Ronald McDonald Houses, which charge lower rates than hotels but are not free of charge. If you do not have any relatives or friends in the city where you will be staying but belong to a religious congregation or fraternal organization, attempt to find a family you can stay with through one of these connections. Offer to pay whatever room and board you can afford, and help with cooking, housework, and yardwork as you are able
  • How to Protect Yourself and Your Children from Medical Kidnapping

    Fantastic journalism real information well investigated and very very true We have been taking these steps for years mostly sub consciously after the questions before treatment became more and more intrusive
  • How to Protect Yourself and Your Children from Medical Kidnapping

    If parents are looking for doctors that understand not vaccinating at all, home schooling, and faith based decisions, Look no further than the Seymour MO area. It is almost the norm here not to vaccinate.