Children’s Minnesota doctors are well represented at the spring Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians conference.
Child life specialists use medical play to help children “play” out their feelings or anxieties or learn about an medical procedure.
As temperatures fluctuate, the number of slips and falls rise. Find suggestions to take the right precautions to prevent from falling.
Playing a game by yourself might help reduce pain, but playing with someone through your medical event is likely to be much more effective.
The Child Life Department at Children's Minnesota plans special events to help create memories and playtime for patients, families, staff and the community.
Children’s is the first and only hospital system in Minnesota and the thirteenth center in the nation to earn Level I verification.
Child Life focuses on age appropriate play and education to help patients understand ad cope with procedures and other experiences at Children's Minnesota.
Children’s is using the $500,000 from Kohl’s Cares to provide resources to Minneapolis and St. Paul public schools to help kids struggling with asthma.
Join Children's Minnesota and The Current for Rock the Cradle - a free event for kids and their grownups to explore music, art and culture this Sunday, March 24 at the Minneapolis Institute of Art and Children’s Theatre Company.
Breastfeeding or pumping moms can use the private and secure pods with roomy benches, space for a stroller, and a place to plug in a pump.