It’s difficult for adults to make sense of a tragedy or unexpected death, so consider how difficult it can be for children to do the same. Here are some ways parents can help children cope with grief.
CHOC Children’s is grateful to recently have received three very generous gifts that will help CHOC continue to care for more than 185,000 babies, kids and teens each year.
When our son was diagnosed with CPAM (congenital cystic pulmonary malformation) we had no idea the journey that lay ahead of us. Today we are so grateful our son is happy and healthy.
Illness and injury shouldn’t dim the brightness of the holidays for kids. Help us preserve the magic of childhood by supporting CHOC Children’s this holiday season.
Trinity was born with cleft lip and palate and has undergone many surgeries in the last 10 years. She plans to keep singing, inspiring others and returning to CHOC Children's to continue her treatments.