Gillette attracts the nation's top surgeons and physicians in many specialties. Finding the best care providers for your child begins here.
Tom Novacheck, MD, is a pediatric orthopedic surgeon who specializes in treating cerebral palsy, scoliosis and other complex orthopedic conditions.
Children who have disabilities and complex medical needs—and their families—have been at the center of our mission for more than 120 years. Learn how we've built on this long history to help patients improve their health, achieve greater well-being, and enjoy life.
Jo'Vonna loves riding her scooter, but because she has cerebral palsy, she has trouble maintaining balance. If anything besides Jo'Vonna's own determination will help her meet her goals, it's Gillette.
Aquatic therapy can help patients who have a wide variety of disabilities and complex injuries improve their abilities.
Gillette families rely on supporters like you to take action and become a part of our mission.
Learn how you can volunteer, attend an event, serve on our family council, and more.
Our volunteers are essential members of our team—contributing thousands of hours annually to support our patients and contribute to our mission.
We host a variety of events and conferences for patients and families, medical professionals, and donors and supporters.
Interested in helping to promote patient- and family-centered care at Gillette? Collaborate with us and become part of our family advisory group.
Friends of Gillette is a volunteer organization dedicated to supporting kids at Gillette through membership, individual contributions and fundraising events.
Emojability is a free, ability-focused emoji keyboard designed specifically for the special needs community.
It’s Okay to Ask! introduces five children who have disabilities or complex medical conditions.