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What families should know about the new RSV treatment for babies and toddlers

Learn more about the new RSV treatment for babies and toddlers.

Tips for getting kids back into a routine for school

Summer is coming to an end, and school is right around the corner. Parents might be ready for kids to go back to school, but kids might be all over the place. A routine will help parents and kids transition back into school.

Tips for traveling with a medically complex child

Children's Minnesota is providing you with some resources for traveling with a child with medical needs.

Children’s Minnesota starts Project ADAM Minnesota to help prepare schools to respond in the event of a cardiac arrest

Project ADAM is a national program which strives to assist schools and communities in establishing a practiced plan to respond to a sudden cardiac arrest. Project ADAM has saved the lives of more than 200 children, adolescents and adults who went into sudden cardiac arrest.

Learn about our Community Connect program from Jessica Perez Acevedo, resource navigator

To highlight our Community Connect program, we are excited to introduce you to Jessica Perez Acevedo, Community Connect resource navigator, to learn more about her role, the impact of Community Connect and her firsthand experience with the program that led to where she is today.

Pharmacy technician shares her 14-year career experience at Children’s Minnesota

Kimberly Jerabek, pharmacy technician, has been working at Children’s Minnesota for 14 years now. She is sharing all her favorite things about working at Children’s Minnesota below.

Children’s Minnesota patient family participates in Family Advocacy Day

Alexa and her family were one of several families cared for at different children’s hospitals across the country chosen to participate in the Children’s Hospital Association’s (CHA) Family Advocacy Day 2023.

Camp Odayin gives heart patients like Riley the support and confidence to thrive

Each year, approximately 40,000 babies are born in the United States with a heart problem, making congenital heart defects (CHD) the most common type of birth defect. Camp Odayin provides a fun, safe and supportive camp experiences for young people with heart disease and their families – like Riley.

Employee highlight: Shukri Jumale, Midwest Fetal Care Center program manager

In honor of Eid al-Adha, we are excited to highlight Children’s Minnesota kid expert and member of our Muslim Employee Resource Group (MERG), Shukri Jumale, Midwest Fetal Care Center program manager, to learn more about her role, involvement with MERG and how she’s celebrating Eid al-Adha this year.

It translates: Injury prevention videos make household safety tips accessible and equitable

While there are some safety education resources available in a few languages from various organizations, injury prevention material is unfortunately inaccessible to many of our families. Learn how the injury prevention program at Children's Minnesota is trying to change that.