Parents & Caregivers

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Cups for Kids
August 17th, 2015

Cumberland Farms is donating 5 cents from every cup of iced coffee sold through the month of August to benefit CHaD.

Former Patient Hikes the A.T. for CHaD
August 10th, 2015

Jesse Ross hikes the Appalachian Trail to raise awareness for persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn, and to raise funds for CHaD.

5th Annual Play Ball for CHaD a Success!
July 31st, 2015

Nearly $11,000 was raised for CHaD on this very special night that was hosted by WMUR-TV and the New Hampshire Fisher Cats.

Safe Kids New Hampshire Warns about the Dangers of Heatstroke
July 30th, 2015

Heatstroke is the number one killer of children, outside of car crashes. Here are some tips for keeping your child safe in the car during hot weather.

Three-Year-Old Elliot Perry Represents CHaD in Nation's Capital
July 13th, 2015

Elliot Perry, 3, and his parents BJ and Carrie, recently traveled to Washington, DC to represent the Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD).

Helping Moms and Babies in the Heroin Crisis
July 9th, 2015

NBC Nightly News featured Dartmouth-Hitchcock's Perinatal Addiction Treatment Program in helping women and their babies overcome heroin addiction.

Making Healthier Kid's Meals Choices
June 29th, 2015

Salt hill Pub adopts D-H's Easy Choices program to offer a children's menu that features options such as baked fish, pita and hummus, carrot sticks and juice spritzers, and kids are eating it up.

Child Life Specialists: Going Above and Beyond to Give Care
June 5th, 2015

As a Child Life Specialist at Dartmouth-Hitchcock-Manchester (D-H), Sonya Charles gives her pediatric patients and their families the tools they need to be successful in their own health care.

New Hampshire's Hands-free Law Takes Effect July 1, 2015
June 2nd, 2015

Beginning July 1, a hands-free law will take effect in the state of New Hampshire for all drivers.

The Many Faces of Emma: Patient, Cover Girl, RN
May 8th, 2015

Cared for at CHaD as a little girl, Emma Furlone is now a registered nurse taking care of patients at Dartmouth-Hitchcock.