As students return to school, parents of children who had contracted COVID-19 may have concerns about their child participating in physical education, organized sports or moderate/vigorous play.
"Hope Grows at Home" reduces time spent in the hospital for preterm babies.
As part of our "Head's Up: Coping through COVID-19" virtual roundtables, a group of panelists discuss the excitement and anxiety shared by students, parents and teachers as children return to the classroom.
This free running program Finding Our Stride works to improve fitness, boost self-esteem and encourage teamwork among its participants.
Dedicated social workers in the pediatric inpatient units and outpatient clinics support CHaD patients and families as they navigate the psychosocial parts of their often complex medical care.
Called "The Miracle" by her family, with help of DHART and CHaD providers Sierra survived a traumatic brain injury from a car accident.
With school back in session, safe driving is an important topic to bring up with your teenager as they venture out on the road.
The CHaD HERO is the premier fundraising and athletic event benefiting CHaD.
Here are some tips for keeping your family safe this summer.
Child physicals provide the opportunity for providers to monitor overall health status and identify if there is anything the child or family needs.