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Kids Health Matters

Building better well-being for children of all abilities.

Muscular Dystrophy Diagnosis Can’t Stop These Twins
Jan 18, 2017

Muscular Dystrophy Diagnosis Can’t Stop These Twins

Kiara and Keisy are twins who share a diagnosis of muscular dystrophy. Meet these sweet girls and learn how their parents, and Gillette, help them understand they're no different than other kids.
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Some Things Change, Some Stay the Same After Injury
Jan 17, 2017

Some Things Change, Some Stay the Same After Injury

Five years ago Guadalupe sustained a spinal cord injury that left her paralyzed from the waist down. She stayed at Gillette nearly six months as she built strength and learned to make the most of her existing abilities.
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Limb Lengthening and Perseverance Give Katelyn Momentum
Jan 11, 2017

Limb Lengthening and Perseverance Give Katelyn Momentum

“They almost didn’t notice it at first,” Karey Hall says. When her daughter Katelyn was born, her left leg was missing two toes and had an abnormal, rainbow-like bend to it. “No one at the clinic had ever seen anything quite like it before.”
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Patient Embarks on Quest to See 500 Bands
Jan 9, 2017

Patient Embarks on Quest to See 500 Bands

Mason and his father Rich saw nearly 500 rock bands live in concert last year. They refused to let Mason's cerebral palsy get in the way of reaching their goal.
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Brock is “Unstoppable” After Rhizotomy Surgery
Jan 5, 2017

Brock is “Unstoppable” After Rhizotomy Surgery

Brock's parents knew Gillette was the right place for their son's rhizotomy surgery during their first visit. Meet this cool, outgoing 4-year-old and learn how a device called a prone cart, recently patented by Gillette, aided his recovery.
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The Invisible Disability:  Coping with a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Jan 3, 2017

The Invisible Disability:  Coping with a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

The icy conditions on sidewalks and roads means more people will slip and fall and possibly sustain a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Parents of children who have a TBI know the frustration of dealing with a disability that often seems invisible to the world.
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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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Pedal in Place is Coming Soon!

On March 5, 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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