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Kids Health Matters

Building better well-being for children of all abilities.

Why I’m Here: For My Sister, for My Patients
Dec 8, 2016

Why I’m Here: For My Sister, for My Patients

When I work with my patients, something that comes out over time is that I understand the profound stress and anxiety that can come with caring for a child who has complex medical needs. I know this because I’ve devoted my career to working with patients who have disabilities, but also because I’ve lived it.
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Personal Experience Drives New Speech-Language Pathology Specialist
Dec 7, 2016

Personal Experience Drives New Speech-Language Pathology Specialist

His personal experience in speech therapy as a child helps Graham Schenck connect with patients. He's a new speech-language pathology specialist at Gillette and enjoys working with kids who have cleft lip and palate.
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Rett Study Holds Promise for Girls Like Kira
Dec 1, 2016

Rett Study Holds Promise for Girls Like Kira

A Phase II study (NNZ-2566) of a drug called Trofinetide has potential to minimize the symptoms of Rett syndrome. Learn more and meet one family who is dedicated to moving Rett syndrome research forward.
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Infographic: Life After an Epilepsy Diagnosis
Nov 28, 2016

Infographic: Life After an Epilepsy Diagnosis

If your child is diagnosed with epilepsy, know that you're not alone. Take a look at this infographic for details on how more than 450,000 U.S. children are living fulfilling and happy lives with the condition.
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Why Rehabilitation Accreditations Matter for Patients, Families
Nov 21, 2016

Why Rehabilitation Accreditations Matter for Patients, Families

The Gillette inpatient rehabilitation program recently received renewed accreditation from the prestigious Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. For the first time, we also received accreditation for our pediatric brain injury specialty program. Read about the meaning behind these honors.
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Holiday Travel Tips for Children Who Have Special Needs
Nov 18, 2016

Holiday Travel Tips for Children Who Have Special Needs

Parents traveling with family members who have a disability or special need are often dealing with extra issues and concerns. During the holidays airports are crowded, security lines long and traffic is snarled. Preparation and knowledge are the keys to decreasing stress and getting rid of your bah humbug.
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