Welcome

Welcome

Bobby Schindler is President of the Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network, Senior Fellow at Americans United for Life, and Associate Scholar at the Charlotte Lozier Institute. Bobby advocates for the medically vulnerable in honor of Terri Schiavo, his sister. He speaks internationally, and can be booked for speaking through Ambassador or Catholic Speakers Organization.

Advocating for
medically vulnerable persons

As a result of my experiences fighting for my sister Terri, I’ve devoted my life to advocacy for medically vulnerable persons. Since 2005, through our non-profit organization, the Terri Schaivo Life & Hope Network, we’ve assisted more than 3,000 patients and families in crisis with the resources they’ve needed to fight for their loved ones. I’m grateful for your willingness to learn how these vulnerable persons face denial/withdraw of care by their physicians, hospitals, and insurance companies—those very people and institutions that should be helping them.

Wesley J. Smith: HHS Rule Would Have Prohibited Discrimination Against Babies with Disabilities

(NRO) – Working until the last minute, the Office of Civil Rights in the Department of Health and Human Services has published a proposed rule that would protect babies born prematurely from death — including those who survive abortion — and disabled people generally from discrimination in the health-care context. From the OCR press release: […]

Grandmother Tells of Remarkable Recovery After Near-Fatal Brain Bleed

(Portsmouth News) -Stephanie Russell suffered the catastrophic injury in June 2014, when an artery in her brain ruptured. In a desperately-critical condition, she was rushed into theatre at Oxford’s John Radcliffe Hospital, to undergo immediate life-saving surgery before being placed into a medically-induced coma. It was then that doctors delivered the crushing news to Stephanie’s […]

A Mother’s Fight for Her Son After Brain Injury

(Newswise) — The first thing Peter Davey remembers after being hospitalized from a severe brain injury is being deeply paranoid. “I didn’t know where I was, or how I got there. I couldn’t speak and I was terrified.” Peter had been admitted to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital—New Brunswick (RWJUH) after a hypoxic brain injury, […]