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Kids Health Matters

Building better well-being for children of all abilities.

Preparation Provides Calm Before Orthopedic Surgery
Feb 10, 2016

Preparation Provides Calm Before Orthopedic Surgery

Children facing major orthopedic surgery sometimes struggle with fear and apprehension about their upcoming procedure. Meet Elijah, one such child, and see how Gillette is helping him, and his family, feel more at ease.
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Easing Stress for Parents, Caregivers of Kids Who Have Disabilities
Feb 9, 2016

Easing Stress for Parents, Caregivers of Kids Who Have Disabilities

Parents of children who have complex medical conditions often struggle to find time to refresh and recharge. Read one such family's story, and learn how Gillette can help.
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Tragedy Turns to Triumph; One Boy’s Remarkable Recovery
Feb 3, 2016

Tragedy Turns to Triumph; One Boy’s Remarkable Recovery

A little more than a month after a near-tragic accident, 9-year-old Yael Rodriguez is not only walking and talking, he was recently discharged from Gillette and is now happily at home with his family. Read about his recovery from a serious brain injury.
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Listening is the Key for Award-winning Doctor
Feb 2, 2016

Listening is the Key for Award-winning Doctor

"I recognize that for many families just feeling heard and feeling like somebody listened to their whole story is important," says Kim McConnell, M.D. Learn about McConnell's work at Gillette and why she's the recipient of a prestigious award.
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Meet Us Monday - Alex Wuornos, Occupational Therapist
Feb 1, 2016

Meet Us Monday - Alex Wuornos, Occupational Therapist

I have been working as an Outpatient Occupational Therapist (OT) at Gillette for 3 years now. My average day is anything but average, which is what I love about it so much! Most of my day is spent working with, and frankly, playing with my patients.
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“Everything is Awesome” with Premier of LEGO Wheelchair Figure
Jan 29, 2016

“Everything is Awesome” with Premier of LEGO Wheelchair Figure

This week, the LEGO company unveiled its first-ever figure to have a disability. Hear from Gillette neuropsychologist Richard DiPrima on why the move is cause for celebration.
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Complex. Rare. Traumatic.

Each year we change the lives of kids like Ty, whose surgery and rehabilitation therapy at Gillette helped him walk again after a head-on car crash. Discover how the things that make Gillette different, make us stronger.

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Join the Cerebral Palsy Resource Group or Spina Bifida Resource Group on Facebook! These community forums are the perfect places to ask questions, share your experiences and receive support.

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Join Pedal in Place 2016

On February 28, you and nine teammates can jump on stationary bikes, battle it out with other teams, and race to good health—all while raising funds for kids and adults who have cerebral palsy or other disabling conditions!

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