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September 21, 2017
Katie Allee Goes to Washington: A National Advocate for Kids Who Have Disabilities"This experience allowed me to advocate for the issues I care about to some of the most important people who can present my ideas on a larger scale," says Katie Allee. Learn about Katie's recent trip to D.C. and why she's passionate about being a voice for all children who have complex conditions.
September 20, 2017
Who Andrew Runs For: The Hospital That Saved His LifeTwenty years after a traumatic brain injury, the Twin Cities Marathon will welcome Andrew Leitner to the starting line. With his running bib emblazoned, "Gillette 1" he pays homage to hospital that he volunteers for...and the one that saved his life.
September 15, 2017
Dynamic Duo Share Congenital Hydrocephalus Diagnosis“I’m always amazed at just how strong and brave they are,” says Laura of her sons Collin, 7, and Simon, 4. These sweet and exuberant brothers both received a diagnosis of hydrocephalus at age 1 and see Patrick Graupman, MD, for treatment.
September 12, 2017
Preparedness Key to Helping Loved Ones Who Have Disabilities Weather Storms SafelyRecent natural disasters in the southern U.S. in the form of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have sparked heightened awareness of why it’s important to have a plan when natural disasters, including blizzards and tornadoes strike your area. Disaster preparedness is even more crucial for families of children who have complex conditions.
September 7, 2017
Minnesota at its Best, Sled Hockey for Children who Have DisabilitiesYou know, there might be nothing more Minnesotan than lacing up a pair of skates and heading out to the rink. “You bet, you’d better believe it,” says Tony Lang of Loretto, Minnesota. “I grew up playing hockey my whole life. It’s a family tradition. In fact, when we had kids I built a rink in our backyard.”
September 5, 2017
Therapy Two-A-Days: Connor Tackles Recovery from Traumatic Brain InjuryTall, red-haired and boisterous, it’s not a surprise to learn that Connor plays on the football team back in North Dakota, or that he’s pretty popular.
August 30, 2017
Family’s Love and Specialty Care Keeps Hailey AdventurousThe Hoslers moved to Minnesota from California to be closer to Gillette and treatment for their daughter, Hailey, who has spina bifida. Hailey loves hunting, fishing and camping with her family.
August 23, 2017
A Girl, a Bike and a DreamBorn missing her arms, Ruth Evelyn (RE) can do pretty much anything using her feet. But she's always dreamed of riding a bike. So her family turned to Gillette to help make her dream a reality.
August 22, 2017
Leader, Friend, Outdoorsman: Meet Elijah“Using a wheelchair is good and bad at the same time. A disadvantage is you can’t run around outside like your friends. An advantage is you can cut the line at Nickelodeon Universe. Chair or not, I’m the same person.” See how care at Gillette has helped Elijah emerge as a leader.
August 18, 2017