It’s International Stuttering Awareness Day on Tuesday, Oct. 22. Stuttering is a speech disorder that affects more than 3 million Americans. Learn more about stuttering here.
After attending the People of Color Career Fair, Dr. Marc Gorelick, Children's president and CEO, shares how increased diversity in the workforce improves organizations.
Children’s Minnesota is currently looking to fill an LOA, Benefits & ESC specialist role in our Human Resources (HR) department. Read why Crisela Limos loves working in HR at Children's.
Children’s partnered with parents and caregivers to implement the Comfort Promise, which means we will do everything possible to help prevent and treat pain. While we can’t completely remove the pain resulting from needles, we can make them a lot less scary!
“What inspires me the most about children with Down syndrome is how incredibly strong and determined they are,” said Rebecca Olson, APRN-CNP, APNG as she explains more about Down syndrome and answers many common questions.
Dr. Marc Gorelick, Jennifer DeCubellis, Bharti Wahi and Nancy Jost share what parents, legislators and local organizations can do to boost early childhood development to help Minnesota students succeed in school.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) National Conference brings together over 10,000 health care professionals from all over the United States to discuss and educate health professionals on the important, relevant and modern updates happening in pediatrics. This year’s conference is Oct. 25-29, 2019, in New Orleans, LA.
Dr. Sarah Jerstad, associate clinical director of psychological services at Children’s, explains what parents need to know about ADHD and how best to support your child with ADHD.
Children's Minnesota recently received a generous donation of a Little Free Library "house" that has been installed in the Healing Garden on the Children’s Minneapolis campus. The Little Free Library will be filled with a diverse range of books including books written in multiple languages and select titles that will appeal to a range of ages and cultures.
Halloween is a great time for kids to use their imaginations and creativity, but it can be overwhelming. We’re sharing some tips on how to prepare your children to have a safe and spooktacular Halloween.