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Top 10 social stories 2023

Top 10 social media stories of 2023

Prom, Dr. Dave’s green hair, tips and tricks, Packers, therapy dogs…you name it, we shared it. We told so many outstanding and inspiring stories on our social media channels this year. Here are our top 10 stories of 2023.

  • 10 | Social media’s impact on mental and physical health
    Jeffery Karst, PhD, shared professional insight on technology’s impact on sleep for kids and teens.
    See this story here.

  • 9 | Libbie’s #MyMiracleMoment
    Libbie shared her story as a Children’s Wisconsin patient with a rare genetic disorder impacting bone development.
    See this story here.
  • 8 | Sam’s trip to the Healing Garden
    Sam felt the sun on his face for the first time in months during a visit to our Healing Garden with his parents.
    See this story here.
  • 7 | Prom with Child Life
    Patients got their hair done, tried on fancy outfits and danced the night away at this Child Life event.
    See this story here.
  • 6 | Henry in the PICU
    Henry’s parents celebrated his successful birth as he receives special treatment in our Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU).
    See this story here.
  • 5 | Laura’s gift of life
    One family shared their organ donation experience and embraced the spirit of giving in their time of loss.
    See this story here.
  • 4 | Sam spray paints Dr. Dave’s hair
    Sam shared a laugh with Dave Margolis, MD, while spray painting his hair Bucks green.
    See this story here.
  • 3 | Packers visit Children’s Wisconsin
    Our kiddos played games and got autographs from Packers Tucker Kraft and Luke Musgrave during their visit to the Children’s Wisconsin Milwaukee Hospital.
    See this story here.

  • 2 | Meet the Transport Team
    Our Transport Team shared the ins and outs of what it takes to transport kids to the hospital safely.
    See this story here.
  • 1 | Anna’s quinceañera
    Anna celebrated her quinceañera with her family, friends and care team at Children’s Wisconsin.
    See this story here.

To see next year’s stories, follow Children’s Wisconsin on all social media platforms.