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Kids Health Matters

Building better well-being for children of all abilities.

Don’t be Blue, Wear Purple to Educate about Epilepsy
Mar 24, 2017

Don’t be Blue, Wear Purple to Educate about Epilepsy

When she was first diagnosed with epilepsy, Cassidy Megan of Nova Scotia felt blue. With her mother's encouragement, Cassidy channeled her energy and began "Purple Day" to bring awareness about epilepsy. Cassidy and her mother recently toured Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare.
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Why Medicaid Matters to my Family: Let’s Talk About it
Mar 24, 2017

Why Medicaid Matters to my Family: Let’s Talk About it

Rebecca Pierce, the mother of a Gillette patient, speaks out about the importance of protecting Medicaid for children who have disabilities.
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Facebook LIVE with Mark Gormley, MD: Early CP Intervention
Mar 23, 2017

Facebook LIVE with Mark Gormley, MD: Early CP Intervention

Gillette pediatric rehabilitation medicine specialist Mark Gormley, MD, discussed the importance of getting an early diagnosis of cerebral palsy and describes the resources available for families during a Facebook LIVE interview.
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Transition Support Propels Aaron Myers to Independence, Adulthood and Fulfilling Employment
Mar 20, 2017

Transition Support Propels Aaron Myers to Independence, Adulthood and Fulfilling Employment

Aaron Myers is like any other employee at The Works children’s museum with one exception: he is diagnosed with cerebral palsy. See how Aaron's family laid the groundwork for his successful transition to adulthood—and how the Gillette Transition Clinic is providing additional support.
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Gillette Relaunches Ability-Themed Emoji App
Mar 15, 2017

Gillette Relaunches Ability-Themed Emoji App

To celebrate National Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month, Gillette is relaunching an updated version of its ability-themed emoji keyboard called Emojability.
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Meet HAL, the Hyperreal Medical Training Robot and the Man Who Controls Him
Mar 13, 2017

Meet HAL, the Hyperreal Medical Training Robot and the Man Who Controls Him

Meet HAL. He has a pulse; he breathes, blinks, and speaks numerous languages. If need be, he bleeds. This will likely be one of the stranger things you read today.
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March is Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month!

Whether you or someone you know has cerebral palsy, or you're just starting to learn more about the condition, check out our cerebral palsy awareness page and #CelebrateCP all month long!

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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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Introducing Emojability!

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

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