Cerebal Palsy: a Patient's Perspective

Tzuri Frankenthal gives a first-person account of his experience as a patient with cerebral palsy at Children's.

Tzuri

“I just called an ambulance to take your baby to Lurie Children’s”

"I don't want to freak you out, but I just called an ambulance to take your baby to Lurie Children's."

Providing Counseling & Comfort to Expectant Parents

When Macklin, was diagnosed with a serious abdominal defect before birth, Camron consulted with doctors to develop a treatment plan for her daughter after she was born.

Macklin

Giving My Time, Receiving the Greatest Rewards

Roz Supera (with a young surgical patient and her father) has been a volunteer in the surgical waiting area since 1975.

Roz with patient

Healthy bones, healthy kids

When Matthew, a kid who would rather be outside than playing video games, complained of back and leg pains, his parents weren't satisfied with a doctor's "wait and see" approach. They turned to the experts in pediatric orthopedic care at Lurie Children's

Matthew