A child life therapist is changing the lives of another generation of patients
Shriners Hospital began using this treatment in September 2018, and has performed over 250 procedures to treat patients with multiple scars, using fractional CO₂ laser therapy
The Hawaiian word k?kua means “to extend help to others with no intent of personal gain.” As patients at Shriners Hospitals for Children — Honolulu receive this daily from their nurses, doctors and therapists, staff members in the recreational therapy department wanted to instill that feeling of giv...
Physical Therapist Ingrid Parry Named First Non-Surgeon/Non-Physician President of the American Burn Associationhttps://www.shrinerschildrens.org/en/News-and-Media/News/2022/04/Ingrid-Parry-Named-President-of-American-Burn-Association
Ingrid Parry, a physical therapist and researcher at Shriners Children’s Northern California, has been named president of the American Burn Association (ABA) for the 2022-2023 year.
Pet therapy and music therapy are just two ways our child life specialists connect with our patients.
“Mama Amy” is Amy Nicholas, an Arnold, Missouri, resident who, along with her husband, Greg, has served as host parent to five children from across the world over the past three years. She is one of three host mothers currently shepherding international children through surgeries and follow-up physi...
Every year, the Portland Shriners Hospital hosts an Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) camp for patients who receive speech therapy services. The team of speech-language pathologists invites patients and families to a week-long event serving communication-specific needs in a group sett...
Tia M. Roush Caldwell, OTR specializes in Occupational Therapy.
Nicole A. Lewis, MS specializes in Speech-Language Therapy.
Margaret R. Damron, PT, DPT specializes in Physical Therapy.