In order to prepare our bodies for physical activity, such as the virtual CHOC Walk, it’s essential we have adequate nutrition and hydration.
When Caleb was born, his parents were thrilled to grow their family with a healthy baby boy. The first two years of Caleb’s life were typical and the family of four enjoyed spending time together. Three years later, his mother’s keen eye and a pediatrician’s intuition ultimately led to an unexpected diagnosis that would alter […]
CHOC Walk in the Park now includes “Walking for a Hero,” a program to honor the children who have passed away. Families are given special hero capes to commemorate the bravery that extended throughout their child’s short but impactful life.
For more than a decade, the Gomez family has held a special place in their hearts for the CHOC Walk in the Park. The beloved event is a particularly special time every year to honor their son, Robby Gomez.
Inspired by the care provided to patients and families at CHOC and the desire to further eliminate the stigma of living with a mental health condition, clinical staff members of the newly opened Mental Health Inpatient Center have formed a team for CHOC Walk in the Park.
For Andrew Geis, participating in the annual CHOC Walk in the Park is only natural. After all, Andrew credits CHOC with saving his daughter’s life, and the annual fundraiser takes place throughout his office – the Disneyland Resort.
A personal connection to CHOC inspired a grateful family to get involved with CHOC Walk in the Park and give back through their business.