CHOC’s speech pathologists helped Warren learn how to suck and swallow during his stay at the NICU using the sham feeding program.
CHOC pediatric physical therapists offer tips for parents on how to ensure their children have a proper ergonomic setup for virtual learning.
Shiloh, a CHOC patient since birth, needed physical therapy. When COVID hit, those sessions went online and helped him take his first steps.
Shortly after birth, Angelina was diagnosed with polymicrogyria. She remains under the care of many expert CHOC clinicians.
Lily’s sister, Makenna loved her before she was even born. Seeing the way CHOC’s rehab team members cared for Lily inspired her to give back.
Nico has endured several surgeries. He was naturally worried during his first wound care appointment, before he realized it didn’t hurt.
Noah’s parents were shocked to learn that prenatal ultrasounds had missed several heart defects. Mom knew that CHOC was the right place to go.
When Rayann was 16 months old, he caught what seemed like a cold. Soon, he was in CHOC’s pediatric intensive care unit fighting for his life.
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