Tyla and Matt weren’t sure what was possible after they learned their second child Connor was born with significant hearing loss. With the expert care Connor received while getting a cochlear implant at Children’s Minnesota – they knew exactly what to do when their other son, Roman, was also born with significant hearing loss.
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, we’re highlighting Children’s Minnesota kid expert, Sarah Quinn, LICSW, integrated behavioral health specialist, to learn more about her role and tips for families to de-stress and take care of their mental health.
In honor of AAPI Heritage Month, we’re highlighting the leaders of Children’s Minnesota’s Asian Employee Resource Group (ERG), Rachel King, director of finance, and Leslie Yang-Ellis, talent acquisition consultant, to learn more about their experiences at Children’s Minnesota and how they’re celebrating AAPI Heritage Month.
In 2023, April 16-22 is National Volunteer Appreciation Week! Please join us in thanking all of our outstanding volunteers for the time, energy and talent they bring to Children’s Minnesota.
Dr. Gigi Chawla, chief of general pediatrics at Children’s Minnesota, shares tips to manage your child’s spring allergies.
For Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, we asked four families from our FAP program to give tips for how families with ‘typical’ kids can include kids with disabilities.
Ever wondered what a day in the life of a child life specialist looks like? Find out!
Because of current weather conditions, Children's Minnesota clinical services are working with patients and families to accommodate their various needs. It is possible some of our locations are closing or reducing their hours while other locations are still fully operational. If you have not heard from your clinic, please check with your location before you head out for your appointment. Thank you for understanding!
True chemistry: how clinical trial combined with a love for science brings Kyla to Children’s Minnesota
After graduating college with a degree in chemistry in 2022, Kyla's career was suddenly put on hold when doctors found an ovarian tumor. But her appreciation for science and research would play a big role in her fight and recovery.
Children’s Minnesota is proud to be a partner of Project SEARCH, a program that helps prepare individuals with special needs for employment. In 2022, Children’s Minnesota celebrated the 10th anniversary of our partnership. Children’s Minnesota was one of the first two Project SEARCH programs in Minnesota.