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Children's Health is pushing the boundaries of incredible care with breakthrough medical innovations like a heart valve that grows with the child. Our bright, sparkling track 𝑺𝒕𝒂𝒓𝒍𝒊𝒈𝒉𝒕 𝑾𝒂𝒍𝒕𝒛 adds magic to this beautiful and hopeful video.♥️⁣

Featured Track: Starlight Waltz⁣
Composer: Magnum Opus⁣
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A very special day as we opened a very special trail at Grand Park! We can't believe this day has finally arrived. 🤩👏 It was so fun to celebrate with the community and on the new Big Bluestem Trail. Huge shout-out to everyone who hiked the trail this morning and braved the chilly weather!

If you missed the event today, be sure to check it out soon! Here’s the trail map if you want a sneak peek before you go: https://arcg.is/1aGbX90

Frisco Hike and Bike Trails are presented by Children's Health.
Woohoo!!! The Big Bluestem Trail at Grand Park is now open to the public! The trail's first explorers, including Mayor Jeff Cheney, celebrated this morning by walking the 2.2-mile trek. Find the trailhead and parking off the southside of Cotton Gin, between Dallas Parkway and Legacy Drive. Thanks to Play Frisco - Parks & Recreation for a great event! Enjoy exploring!

John Keating Angelia Pelham Brian Livingston for Frisco Tammy Meinershagen, Frisco City Council Place 2 Laura Rummel, Frisco City Council Place 5 Bill Woodard, Frisco City Councilman Place 4

Frisco Hike and Bike Trails are presented by Children's Health
The Christmas tree at Children's Health Plano is magical! ✨🎄 I wish I could say the same thing about their endocrinology department, but we just haven’t had a good experience there. I filed a formal complaint after our last appointment and I was hopeful today’s appointment would be different…. unfortunately it wasn’t.
We will be looking at in-network providers for our insurance and switching endo’s hopefully soon!

Kass’s A1c is steady (it’s been the same for the last 3 appts). They made some adjustments to her basal rates, which means 3AM blood sugar checks for the next 3 nights, to make sure doesn’t drop to low in the middle of the night. She sighed, “diabetes is exhausting”! As we were walking to the car, she said she “HATES diabetes lately”. She’s usually so positive, I reminded her it’s okay to feel that way! She’s tough, and this is just a season. All and all Kass is doing good! We grateful for her resilience. ❤️
Ready, set, go! Our 2022 Holiday Toy Drive is off to a fantastic start!

We want to thank local businesses who have signed up to host a donation box and help collect toys for the children at Children's Health Medical Center Dallas this holiday season.

For those who would like to join us and help spread holiday cheer, please visit our website www.mayantechs.com/toydrive. We will continue to share photos of our progress over the next few weeks, so keep posted!

Looking for a donation box? Stop by any of these *local* businesses – Flour Power Kids Cooking Studios: Allen, TX , Cook DFW Roofing & Restoration, Ferguson, HOTWORX, Allen Fairview Chamber, Poppy's Wings, KVP International, Jay Maymi , Tru Med Spa, IBR Packaging, LLC

Together, we’re able to do so much more…

53 days till the next legislative session begins. Join me for a legislative preview with State Representative Jeff Leach and Cristal Retana with Children's Health on Wednesday, November 30th, at 8:30 a.m at the North Dallas Chamber of Commerce.

Register online at ndcc.org.
Diane is an Advanced Practice Social Worker at Children's Health, and a long-time partner of Leukemia Texas.

The social workers at hospitals across Texas are such an integral part of patient care. We are beyond grateful to each of them for finding the resources necessary to support each patient that they work with.

When you support Leukemia Texas, you are making it possible for social workers to continue to help connect their patients with the resources necessary to fund their cancer treatments.

The sunshine is out! ☀️Why not explore a new trail this week? Frisco Springs Trail connects to Warren Sports Complex and is the latest feature in our video series Frisco's Hike and Bike Trails presented by Children's Health. Discover more paths to walk and bike with Play Frisco - Parks & Recreation at https://www.friscotexas.gov/582/Trails.
Our Dallas Maestro Awards 2022 is NEXT WEEK! Scan the QR code, subscribe to our YouTube, and set your reminder for November 18th!

Stay tuned for more details!

Thank you to our sponsors Southwest Airlines Comerica Bank JPMorgan Chase & Co.. Children's Health and to , Raul Arriaga, Realtor, Guild Mortgage Company, Bank of America, Solaris Technologies Services, and Capital One for your wonderful support!

We can't wait to see everyone next week!

For more information on this event, upcoming events, and/or for sponsorship/partnership opportunities please email [email protected].

Any day we get to hang at Children's Health is a great day! 🤩

Thank you to Children’s Health for allowing us to come have some fun with the kids today 💚

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A project to widen and connect the Dominion Hike & Bike Trail in northern Frisco is underway. It will take residents from Preston Rd. to Hillcrest Rd. along Panther Creek. Learn more in this week’s and for more about our Hike & Bike Trails presented by Children’s Health go to https://www.friscotexas.gov/582/Trails

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It's a great time to get out and enjoy the beautiful fall weather! Discover the city's Cottonwood Creek Greenbelt when you head out for a stroll or bike ride. 🚴‍♂️🍁🚶‍♀️ Learn more in this latest video highlighting Frisco's Hike and Bike Trails presented by Children's Health.

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Children's Health announced a $500,000 donation that was generously given by the Jordan Spieth Family Foundation for Children's Medical Center Plano expansion.

Cancer treatment can be taxing on patients and family members. To commemorate National Critical Illness Awareness Month, we want to share this joyous occasion by announcing that their donation will go toward “providing respite” for patients and their families during these difficult times: https://bit.ly/3yAgC8Q

Children's Health announced a $500,000 donation that was generously given by the Jordan Spieth Family Foundation for Children's Medical Center Plano expansion.

Cancer treatment can be taxing on patients and family members. To commemorate National Critical Illness Awareness Month, we want to share this joyous occasion by announcing that their donation will go toward “providing respite” for patients and their families during these difficult times: https://bit.ly/3yAgC8Q

This morning, NBC DFW Something Good featured our inaugural Nourish Change Breakfast, where we celebrated individuals who disrupted the course of food insecurity through innovative solutions last Friday.

Crossroads' Board Chair Lauren Syler Weedon opened the event with a welcome address and spoke about the private reception where Rev. Jay Cole was presented with the first Power Change Award. Cole pioneered the ‘hub and spoke model’ for which Crossroads’ community food distribution is based. The event was led by Honorary Chair Dr. Marc Nivet, Executive Vice President of Institutional Advancement at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, and Host Committee Chair Rev. Holly Gaskill Bandel of First United Methodist Church. A moderated discussion was led by NBC 5’s Laura Harris and Jasmine Crowe-Houston, founder of GoodrCo., which uses technology to reduce food waste and end hunger.

Event contributors - Power Sponsors: Carolyn and David Miller and the Dallas Mavericks; Change Sponsors: UT Southwestern Medical Centerr; Nourish Sponsors: Anonymous and Central Market; Strong Families Sponsors: Haynes and Boone, LLP, Velasco, John Beckert, Parkland Health, Polsinelli, Children's Health; Food Equity Sponsors: Lauren Syler Weedon, Connect Three, Sunwest Communications, Sandi Pruitt, Ph.D., Upfield, Lorin and Nate Anderson, Froswa’ Booker-Drew, Ph.D., Sara Albert, J.D. LL.M., Leslee and Luke Mallinson, VEPAC, First United Methodist Church, Dallas, People Performance Resources, LLC (PPR) and Jessica Pulliam.
Excited to see y’all at Frontier Park today at 3:00!! We’ll have music, inflatables, cute photo opportunities, and food!! Thanks to our sponsors for this free event!!
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One of the largest, most prestigious pediatric health care providers in the country, we're the leading pediatric health care system in North Texas.

Children's Health is a pediatric healthcare system devoted solely to caring for the complex medical needs of children through commitment to quality care, research and innovation, education and advocacy and excellence and accountability. Through its academic affiliation with UT Southwestern Medical Center, one of the world’s most prolific research institutions, clinical discoveries made at Children

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Prevent Flu, RSV and COVID-19 – Children's Health 11/28/2022

Prevent Flu, RSV and COVID-19 – Children's Health

This fall and winter season is a little different than recent years. With school and family gatherings back in person, we're seeing an increase in viral infections. Learn the similarities and differences between COVID-19, the flu and RSV, and ways to prevent illness. https://bit.ly/3GO8K8y

Prevent Flu, RSV and COVID-19 – Children's Health As respiratory viruses spread in children, parents should know what to expect. Learn how to tell the difference between the most common viruses and more.

11/27/2022

We’re celebrating our incredible patients and team members this season! Help us bring the magic to team members like Language Access Interpreter, Duagleer, who became an interpreter because he used to translate for his mother at her doctor appointments. Duagleer doesn’t bring the magic – he creates a bridge for the magic. He cultivates safety and reassurance to our non-English speaking families. We invite you to read more about what Duagleer does for us, and how his services impacted one family in an unexpected way: https://www.bringmagictochildrens.com/duagleer-chinchillas-story

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In addition to service to our patients, Dr. Lawson Copley, pediatric orthopedic surgeon and director of our Musculoskeletal Infection (MSI) Program, served our country through active duty in the United States Air Force, and now serves as the 301st Fighter Wing at the Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base.

During , we honor all current and former service members for defending their country and protecting our freedom. Learn more about Dr. Copley’s impact as he shares more on our MSI program and his experience as he sits down with Dr. Dai Chung, chief medical officer of the Joint Pediatric Enterprise between us and UT Southwestern Medical Center: https://youtu.be/MAH1_87jUKk

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As you start your holiday shopping, consider supporting us with AmazonSmile! For every purchase you make, AmazonSmile will give back to us. Shopping with AmazonSmile is free and easy to do.

To activate AmazonSmile on your mobile device, open the app and find 'Settings' in the main menu. Tap on 'AmazonSmile' and select Children's Medical Center Foundation as your charity. Learn more about AmazonSmile and how to give back to us: https://amzn.to/3tH7OLw

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Today we give thanks to our team members. They show up every day for our patients, their families, our communities and each other. They make lives better for children. They make the impossible, possible. They are .

The difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes 11/23/2022

The difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes

“It’s important not to miss signs of diabetes,” says Dr. Abha Choudhary, pediatric endocrinologist and assistant professor at UT Southwestern Medical Center. “If your child has increased thirst, increased urination and is losing weight, I would suggest talking to his or her pediatrician to rule out diabetes.”

Our experts help diagnose and treat diabetes in children of all ages, ensuring that our patients get the individualized treatment they need. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3EkP6Os

The difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes A Children's Health expert explains the difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes, treatment options and new types that are being discovered.

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Born with a rare liver disease, our patient Annabella received a liver transplant when she was less than a year old. It’s been more than a decade since her successful transplant, and Annabella is thriving! She and her family are grateful for the care they’ve received and decided to give back.

Annabella’s artwork inspired the design of a special edition holiday ornament, sold by the Women's Auxiliary to Children's Medical Center Dallas to help raise funds for our patients, programs and services. Purchase Annabella's ornament: bit.ly/BTMAnnabellasOrnament

Timeline photos 11/21/2022

Our patient Reena doesn’t let anything hold her back. Diagnosed with epilepsy at four years old, Reena gives back to the community by helping children experiencing similar challenges. For Reena, artwork is an avenue to express herself and cope with being in the hospital.

She has led art programs in her local community, and she has even led a support group for other epilepsy patients in our care. Recently, Reena and the Seacrest Studios team hosted “Reena’s Art Show,” for our patients. We are proud of Reena for her strength and giving heart and for our Neurology team’s guidance throughout Reena’s journey.

Timeline photos 11/20/2022

Starting today, you can book your child’s in-person visit with the new NorthPark Center Santa! Children of all ages will have the opportunity to experience the magic of the holiday season through a personalized visit, all while making life better for children. In partnership with the Women's Auxiliary to Children's Medical Center Dallas and NorthPark Center, all proceeds from this campaign will benefit our patients and families. Reserve your child’s visit: bit.ly/BTMNorthParkSantaVisits

Timeline photos 11/19/2022

"I can't imagine doing anything else or working anywhere else. When I go to work every day, I have an amazing opportunity to make a difference - in the lives of my patients and with my team. Not a lot of people have that opportunity. It's hard, but it is a true blessing to be able to work here," says Richard Escobedo, RN in our Emergency Department.

Interested in being part of this amazing team that cares for each other with the same passion they have for their patients? Learn more: https://jobsearch.childrens.com

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11/18/2022

Getting To Know Neurosurgery

Listen in as Dr. Dai Chung, chief medical officer of the Joint Pediatric Enterprise between us and UT Southwestern Medical Center and Dr. Angela Price, pediatric neurosurgeon and assistant professor at UT Southwestern, sit down to talk about the exciting medical innovations in the pediatric neurosurgery program, specifically for epilepsy patients. The innovations are life changing for our patients and their families, and we're thrilled to share more about our work. https://youtu.be/KLjyVNLUoNM

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We’re celebrating our incredible patients and team members this season. Help us bring the magic to team members like Martha and Diane, who run our Adopt-A-Family program.

"It shows families that our hospital cares for them beyond their medical needs — we care about them as humans,” says Diane.

Get to know more about Martha, Diane and our Adopt-A-Family program: bit.ly/BTMMarthaDiane. To find out how you can Adopt-A-Family send an email to [email protected].

11/16/2022

With breakthrough research, innovative medical technology and an award-winning care team, we create brighter futures for more kids. 🎈

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We're wishing a happy 10th birthday to our Seacrest Studios! 🎉 🎈 Our patient superstars had a great time yesterday celebrating with games, crafts and fun!

Established by the Ryan Seacrest Foundation, the studio gives patients the chance to learn, explore and play interactive games either in the studio or right from their beside on our Red Balloon Network. We're so thankful to have this wonderful space to bring to our patients!

11/14/2022

Did you know that compared to the rest of the nation, Texas reports high immunization rates for incoming kindergarteners at more than 95 percent? It is important to stay on top of children’s vaccinations, especially during flu season. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3ta5Naj

Photos from Children's Health's post 11/14/2022

This holiday season we’re bringing the magic and celebrating our incredible patients and team members, starting with Kasen, who just celebrated his last round of cancer treatment! Kasen was diagnosed with leukemia at 7 years old and spent his second through fourth grade years undergoing chemotherapy treatment. Get to know Kasen and his story of resilience: bit.ly/BTMKasen

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By the time Nolan turned one, he had already undergone two major brain surgeries to reduce the number of seizures he was experiencing daily. At only six weeks old, Nolan was diagnosed with cortical dysplasia, a genetic condition that occurs when developing brain cells fail to reach the parts of the brain for which they are genetically destined.

For nearly six years, Nolan was seizure free. Then, the same week he and his family celebrated the anniversary of his last surgery, he had another seizure, which ramped up from one a day to up to 30 in a single day. Within days, Nolan and his family were back at our hospital, facing yet another possible surgery.

Our team at the Epilepsy Center worked with Nolan and his family to find the perfect combination of medication to stop the seizures once again.

“I trust Children’s Health completely,” said Nolan’s mom. “We’ve been patients for a long time, and I am so grateful for the entire team.” Join us in celebrating Nolan this !

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Today we pay tribute to all veterans for their bravery and patriotism. We especially want to recognize our team members who have served or are currently serving in the U.S. military. Thank you for your dedicated service to our country and patient families!

Recently, members of our Veterans Empowerment Team (VET) business resource group volunteered at the Patriot Day National Day of Service and Remembrance to clean headstones at national cemeteries to honor and remember the service and sacrifice of our military, veterans, first responders and their families.

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We know our patients are stars, and today they had the opportunity to hang out with Dallas Stars players! Thank you to the team for taking time out of your day to make our patients feel special. Our patients had a blast! 💚 ⭐️ 🏒

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Hayden experienced her first seizure at four months old. Some of her seizures lasted between 15 to 30 minutes, but often she had up to a thousand shorter seizures in one day. For two months, her parents spent long nights and several days in and out of doctors' offices, the ER and ICU before finding Dr. Deepa Sirsi, Associate Professor at UT Southwestern Medical Center at our nationally recognized Pediatric Epilepsy Center. Hayden was diagnosed with a rare, severe form of epilepsy in children, Dravet Syndrome, which is often triggered by fever or infection.

“Dr. Sirsi and her team consider me a part of their team too,” said Hayden’s mom. “They listen to me and really take what I have to say into consideration.” Thanks to this team approach, Hayden has been seizure-free since this past summer. None of this keeps Hayden from living life to the fullest. This year she participated in cheerleading and Special Olympics. Join us in supporting Hayden and her care team this !

Tips for Feeding Premature Babies – Children’s Health 11/08/2022

Tips for Feeding Premature Babies – Children’s Health

If a baby is born prematurely, they may have special feeding and nutritional needs. Dr. Kikelomo Babata, neonatologist and assistant professor at UT Southwestern Medical Center, explains why it's important to consider a baby's conceptual age for development and feeding ability. Read more: https://bit.ly/3Cbo1Kw

Tips for Feeding Premature Babies – Children’s Health See advice for breastfeeding preemies, feeding schedules, best bottles and formula, introducing solids and more from the experts at Children's Health.

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Thank you to everyone who supported our this year! With your help, we raised more than $74,000 for for crucial patient programs and services, and provided fun Halloween treats for patients in our care. We appreciate the generosity and support from the Women's Auxiliary to Children's Medical Center Dallas and Women’s Auxiliary to Children’s Medical Center Plano and our sponsor Advancial Federal Credit Union!

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Today is Extra Life Game Day, where thousands of video game players host gaming marathons and fundraisers to support Children's Miracle Network Hospitals like us! Play games, fundraise and help us make life better for children. Join us by registering here: https://bit.ly/3S9OuBp

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"My favorite part of the day is speaking with each and every one of our families and making that initial connection, and providing myself as a resource to alleviate any current or future anxiety."

Our team member Laura's journey with us began in our Level IV NICU as a team leader 10 years ago. Here she was exposed to various opportunities, one of which was the Fetal Evaluation Treatment Alliance (FETAL) Center. The FETAL Center is a program where pregnant mothers whose fetus has been diagnosed with an anomaly are referred. Laura made the transition from our NICU to the FETAL Center early in her career and truly feels it's her calling in nursing.

We're lucky to have amazing team members like Laura! Apply to join our team today at https://jobsearch.childrens.com.

Timeline photos 11/03/2022

This year, RSV cases are higher than previous years. Dr. Preeti Sharma, pediatric pulmonologist and associate professor at UT Southwestern Medical Center, recently spoke with CBS News to share insights about the virus and how parents can be prepared. Learn more: https://cbsn.ws/3fqhzdw

11/02/2022

Children's Health In the Know

Tune in as Dr. Dai Chung, chief medical officer of the Joint Pediatric Enterprise between us and UT Southwestern Medical Center, sits down with various physicians to highlight the clinical excellence, innovation and medical advancements happening within our hospitals. We're thrilled to have such amazing providers passionate about making life better for children!

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Our team members enjoyed dressing up and celebrating Halloween with our patients this year! We love seeing their creativity and the joy they bring to our patients and families every day. Check out their fun costumes!

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Patients in our are wishing you a Happy Halloween! Each year, our Child Life Specialists help make sure our little ones have an extra special Halloween by dressing them up to put everyone in the holiday spirit. We love that everyone joins in to celebrate the occasion!

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Twice a year, we change the clocks to adjust for daylight saving time. Though an hour might not make a big difference to adults, to toddlers the hour change can mean the difference between enough sleep and a child who is too tired to be happy. Learn how your family can prepare: https://bit.ly/3vfacJ2

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Children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, may have difficulties concentrating on a single task or sitting still. Early diagnosis and treatment of ADHD can help a child manage symptoms. Listen to our Children's Health Checkup podcast as Dr. Angela Canas, neuropsychologist and assistant professor at UT Southwestern Medical Center, shares what to look for, the different types of ADHD, diagnosis, treatment methods and more. https://bit.ly/3FgGyKT

How to Prevent SIDS – Children's Health 10/27/2022

How to Prevent SIDS – Children's Health

If you're a new parent or a parent-to-be, you've likely heard of sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS. While the risk of SIDS can be frightening for parents, there are steps you can take to keep your baby safe. Dr. Michelle Caraballo, sleep medicine specialist and assistant professor at UT Southwestern Medical Center, shares tips and insight for parents. https://bit.ly/3MwQqS4

How to Prevent SIDS – Children's Health Learn about possible causes of SIDS and how to reduce your baby’s risk

10 trick-or-treat safety tips - Children's Health 10/26/2022

10 trick-or-treat safety tips - Children's Health

Children are more at risk for injuries while out walking on Halloween night than any other day of the year. When planning your Halloween festivities, keep in mind a few tips:
1️⃣ Choose costumes that are visible at night so drivers can see them in the dark.
2️⃣ Keep costumes short and snug. Baggy sleeves, capes and skirts can cause kids to trip or fall.
3️⃣ Teach your kids to look left, right and left again before crossing at street corners.
Read more tips from our Injury Prevention team: https://bit.ly/3fUzuZs

10 trick-or-treat safety tips - Children's Health Get the latest tips on Halloween and trick-or-treat safety from experts at Children’s Health to make sure your kids have a fun and safe Halloween.

10/23/2022

We stand in solidarity with our health care colleagues at Methodist Dallas Medical Center in the wake of this weekend’s tragic events. Acts of violence and hate contradict the values, principles and purpose of Children’s Health, and the entire health care profession – a noble calling dedicated to serving and caring for the most vulnerable among us. We grieve alongside all those affected by this senseless act.

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"Children's Health holds a special place in my heart, literally and figuratively. I was a cardiology patient here in my teens and that's when my passion for nursing took root,” says Sheradon, Advanced Practice Nurse at UT Southwestern Medical Center who works with our Heart Center patients. "After I became an RN, this is the only place I wanted to be, and my passion kept growing! I earned my master's degree and became a nurse practitioner through the Children's Health tuition reimbursement program. Now, my daughter is a cardiology patient here too. Through almost every milestone of my life, my teammates and this organization have supported me in amazing ways."

This is .

Join us today at https://jobsearch.childrens.com.

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Lyle the Crocodile visited our patients last week to spread joy and cheer! 🐊 Thanks to the Lantern Family Foundation founder Kristin Mitchell, executive producer of Lyle Lyle Crocodile Andy Mitchell and Lyle for hosting a special screening and presenting us with a generous $30,000 donation. Our patients had a great time!

Recognizing ADHD in children – Children's Health 10/19/2022

Recognizing ADHD in children – Children's Health

It’s normal for children to have trouble focusing and sitting still, but as your child gets older, you may wonder when those behaviors point to something else. Learn the signs of ADHD, diagnosis and treatment: https://bit.ly/3TmjA8N

Recognizing ADHD in children – Children's Health Learn to recognize the signs of ADHD in your child. Children's Health experts share how ADHD is diagnosed and ADHD treatment options.

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After hitting her head during a middle school volleyball game, our patient Payton wasn't acting like herself. Her mom brought her to our ER where Payton learned she had suffered a concussion.

When searching for a concussion specialist, Payton's mom found Dr. Scott Burkhart, pediatric neuropsychologist at our Children’s Health Andrews Institute. Dr. Burkhart helped Payton and her parents by developing personalized treatment plans which helped Payton understand why she was being kept off the court. After a month of treatment and recovery, Payton has returned to the volleyball court with her teammates. Join us in supporting Payton and her care team!

How To Get Kids to Talk About Their Day - Children's Health 10/17/2022

How To Get Kids to Talk About Their Day - Children's Health

It's important to connect with your child about what’s going on in their life, their interests and how they feel. Sometimes, getting your child to talk about their day can be a challenge. Here are some tips on timing, phrasing and questions you can use to create an easy opportunity for your child to share comfortably. https://bit.ly/3dvkNv4

How To Get Kids to Talk About Their Day - Children's Health Learn how to engage your child in conversation about their day with tips from Children's Health. Get a list of the best questions to ask after school.

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With children being exposed to respiratory viruses and other illnesses, we're experiencing higher than normal wait times in our Emergency Rooms. Based on the symptoms your child is experiencing, know when to come to our ER or when to find an urgent care location near you: https://bit.ly/3Rd8ZMN

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Our HOLA (Hispanic/Latinx Organization of Leaders in Action) business resource group wrapped up National Hispanic Heritage Month by sharing conchas con cariño with team members. We are grateful for our HOLA resource group for always finding ways to bring our teams together to celebrate culture and connect. Thank you to our food sponsor El Rio Grande - Latin Market!

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