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Kids Health Matters

Building better well-being for children of all abilities.

Gillette Launches Emojability Keyboard App
May 2, 2016

Gillette Launches Emojability Keyboard App

Gillette kids and their famlies will be able to express their unique experiences like never before thanks to a first-of-its-kind app.
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Maddy’s Life Without Barriers
Apr 26, 2016

Maddy’s Life Without Barriers

Maddy’s mom describes her as “a warrior” — and rightly so. Maddy has spina bifida. But she also has much more: extraordinary compassion, a keen sense of humor, and a vibrant personality. Meet Maddy and learn why she’s excited to represent Gillette during the Walk & Roll 3K on June 18, 2016.
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The Brain, Electricity, and Neurodiagnostics
Apr 20, 2016

The Brain, Electricity, and Neurodiagnostics

Did you know that the human brain produces electricity? Learn how neurodiagnostic services help diagnose and treat problems that arise when the brain's electrical signals don't function as they should.
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Hunter Overcomes Bullying with a Little Help from His Friends
Apr 15, 2016

Hunter Overcomes Bullying with a Little Help from His Friends

When Stacy Soman’s son Hunter started being bullied consistently last year, this question came up more and more. “When your kid starts coming home with bruises, it’s hard not to say: ‘You know what, maybe you should hit back, and they’ll leave you alone.’ Many children would take that advice, but not Hunter."
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Honoring Our Volunteers During National Volunteer Week
Apr 13, 2016

Honoring Our Volunteers During National Volunteer Week

April 10 marks the beginning of national volunteer week, and as we reflect on the work done by our volunteers over the past year, it becomes clear that they deserve a round of applause. In 2015-16, 306 of the weekly volunteers logged more than 12,000 hours over the course of their 4,000 visits to serve.
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Volunteer Ambassadors: Using “The Force” of Empathy to Improve the Patient Experience
Apr 11, 2016

Volunteer Ambassadors: Using “The Force” of Empathy to Improve the Patient Experience

“When I was a kid in the hospital, the nurses and registration staff remembered my name when I’d do my check-ups, and that always made me feel welcome. It’s incredible to think that now I’m on the other side of the desk recognizing families by name…it’s come full circle.” –Ed Jenkins
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Gillette Community Forums on Facebook

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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New Phalen Clinic Location

We now provide pediatric outpatient services at Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare Phalen Clinic.

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Introducing Emojability!

Explore all the emojis featured in our first-of-its-kind app for the special needs community.

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