Ian began sleepwalking as a toddler, which turned out to be seizures. Thanks to testing and epilepsy surgery at CHOC, he is now seizure free.
Meet graduates of the Small Baby Unit. The unit is designed for babies born at less than 28 weeks gestation or weigh less than 1,000 grams.
The 2016 CHOC Walk in the Park marks Team Timmarree’s 10th anniversary. Meet the group serving as an ambassador family.
Meet Kathy, a member of the CHOC Family Advisory Council, who stands ready to help a fellow parent of a child contending with epilepsy.
Meet Erika and Christine, a CHOC nurse/patient duo gracing the halls of CHOC with the sounds of their soothing ukuleles.
Claire, a CHOC patient who recently started college, offers advice to other Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) patients.
A CHOC pediatric rheumatologist offered clarity on months of unexplained pain and a path forward for Carson and his juvenile arthritis.
Dr. Afshin Aminian and the CHOC Orthopaedic Institute helped correct a nearly 70 degree curve in Jessica’s spine.
Penelope had normal hearing the day she was born. When she was 10 months old something changed. Learn how CHOC helped her hear.