Kids Health Matters
Archive: February, 2018
Gillette on the Job
Photos of African-American notables, the smell and taste of good food, and the laughter that comes with sharing stories are all part of a celebration organized by Gillette employees to mark Black History Month.
Feb. 26, 2018
Why Rehabilitation Accreditations Matter for Patients, Families
The Gillette inpatient rehabilitation program is accredited from the prestigious Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. We also received accreditation for our pediatric brain injury specialty program. Read about the meaning behind these honors.
Feb. 25, 2018
Minnesota at its Best, Sled Hockey for Children who Have Disabilities
You 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.”
Feb. 22, 2018
You Can’t Buy Happiness, But You Can Buy a Bike
On Pedal in Place race day, participants jump on stationary bikes, battle it out with other teams, and race to good health—all while raising funds for kids who have cerebral palsy or other lifelong conditions. Many Gillette families say the adaptive bikes are helpful for their child's physical therapy and emotional well-being.
Feb. 13, 2018