Whether you’re a patient family, someone who provides care to kids or, like me, both, we have a serious responsibility to kids in Wisconsin. We must proactively communicate with those in power who will make decisions related to the health of children.
It was a chilly November afternoon in 2017 and then 16-year-old Unique once again found herself in the Emergency Department at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. In fact, over the last few years of her life, Unique was going to the Emergency Department once or twice a month.
An innovative partnership between Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin and the Racine Unified School District is bringing child and family therapists into schools and helping kids lead healthier, happier lives.
At 12 years old, Gabe Johnson and his family went to Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. to speak with top leaders of Wisconsin's congressional delegation. They wanted to communicate the importance of Medicaid and other children's health programs as part of Children's Hospital of Wisconsin's Family Advocacy Day.