COVID-19 is affecting LGBTQ youth but Children's Minnesota and our Gender Health program are here to help.
Dr. Sarah Jerstad shares what parents need to know about keeping their kids' minds and bodies healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Children’s Minnesota is responding to changing patient, family and provider needs as the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to unfold. In order to offer the best care possible, we are expanding virtual care for specialty services, primary care and inpatient units.
In order to help families, friends, classmates, and more stay connected, Children’s Minnesota child life specialists have put together a list of helpful suggestions.
On Transgender Day of Visibility on March 31, we recognize and celebrate the lives and achievements of youth and families who identify as transgender and gender-diverse.
Families part of our Family Advisory Council wanted to help other families who are experiencing the difficulties of coming up with creative ideas to keep your children entertained while also keeping them safe at home. Get their tips here.
Recently, Children’s Minnesota partnered with Behavior Checker®, a tool offered by our primary care and behavior health clinics designed to provide parents with simple solutions and encouragements for common behavior problems they may see with their children.
At Children’s Minnesota, we know that after a disaster, such as the current COVID-19 outbreak, occurs, child abuse rates can go up. It’s natural for parents to feel frustrated. Get tips to maintain balance as a stressed parent.
Working from home can be difficult, especially while kids are home from school. Follow these tips to help you be more productive in your new work setting and reduce stress.