Anna Boyer used remarkable creativity to help a patient find her voice, and we're looking for a speech pathologist to help patients in St. Paul do the same.
Westen was coming back from his hockey game with his mom Danielle and older sister Cierra when a drunk driver crashed into them in February 2018. Neither Westen nor Danielle remember the details of the crash, but the aftermath is hard to forget.
Grady was born prematurely and has undergone multiple shunt procedures for hydrocephalus, but he doesn’t let anything slow him down.
Born with a one-of-a-kind genetic variance, 2-year-old William Schlimm learned to walk with the help of rehabilitation services at Children’s Minnesota.
Physical therapists Kathy Grinde and Jayne Myhre of rehabilitation services join the show from the rehabilitation clinic in Maple Grove to discuss the benefits of constraint-induced movement therapy.
Dr. Abby Meyer, Lisa Zagar, AuD; and Mignon Miller, SLP, of the audiology program at Children's Minnesota join the show to discuss cochlear implants.
March 3, 2018 7 p.m. – March 4, 2018 1 a.m., Minneapolis
WonderBall is gala fundraiser that unites young professionals from throughout the Twin Cities. Our goal is to unite creative, intelligent and dedicated individuals to have a good time while serving our community. WonderBall will benefit Children's Department of Developmental and Rehabilitation Services.
Five-year-old Hello Kitty fan Berkley received a surprise outside of her window during treatment for neuroblastoma.
What is stuttering?
Fast ForWord is a patented, highly adaptive technology-based program (available K-12) that rapidly builds oral language comprehension skills such as phonemic awareness, auditory processing speed, phonological awareness, working memory, syntax, grammar, sequencing and other critical skills necessary to learn to read or to become a better reader. On average, students with language and reading problems make 1- to 2-year gains in language skills after only 6 to 10 weeks of Fast ForWord training. Reports from teachers and parents have shown that these gains last.