Meg Casano, BSN, MA, is the president of Medi Teddy, Inc., a non-profit organization that creates specialized teddy bears to accompany children in the hospitals as they undergo infusions. Meg is also the co-founder of Baby Sleep Science, a sleep consultancy that works with children up to age five, as well as the co-author of the book Overcoming the Four Month Regression. Ella Casano is Meg’s daughter and the inventor behind Medi Teddy, Inc. Ella lives with a platelet disorder called Idiopathic Thrombocytopenia Purpura (ITP) and spends much of her time in treatment at an outpatient clinic. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, singing, and fishing.
Today, Meg and Ella join me to discuss the concept of Medi Teddy and the inspiration behind the product. They share how they have evolved their brand while fulfilling their original mission and the most significant challenges they have faced along the way. Meg and Ella also highlight the new product soon to be released from Medi Teddy and share their advice for young women like Ella with entrepreneurial ideas that they want to explore.
“It’s really taught me to expand on my ideas because if I do, I can really use them to help a lot of other kids.” - Ella Casano
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