Archive | May 2012
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by Marilyn Morris Child Advocacy Specialist A few weeks before my first grandson was due, I suggested to my son that he call the hospital to learn how to correctly install the baby’s car seat. My son gave me that “Seriously?” look and said. “Mom, I’m in medical school, I think I can figure out […]
Kristi Neiswender, who has been a volunteer at Primary Children’s for more than 12 years, spent most of her childhood and teenage years here as a patient. “My interest in volunteering at Primary Children’s came from my experience of being a patient,” she said. “I was always really grateful for the friends who would come […]
by Hope Clyde, Tyler’s Mom St. George, Utah It was 10 ½ years ago that we had our first experience at Primary Children’s Medical Center. Our family would never be the same. When I was 22 weeks pregnant with our son, he was diagnosed with Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia. A birth defect that affects 1 in […]
by Julie Bradshaw Director of Center for Safe & Healthy Families What does your family do when something bad happens? Do you think of every awful possibility and stay stuck there, or do you take the lemons life offered you and make lemonade? The definition of resilience is bouncing back after adversity. Resilient people have […]
by Shannon England-Rice Child Advocacy Specialist Summertime often brings a break from our normal routines. But this doesn’t mean that families slowdown. In fact, the nice weather and time off usually means we are on the go more than ever. Whether, we are headed toward vacation spots, day trips, or site seeing, it’s important […]