Chlorine can be helpful in preventing the spread of germs. But too much chlorine exposure can also be harmful to your child’s skin.
Concussions are serious injuries and must be treated appropriately to decrease the risk of long-term effects.
Children’s Wisconsin’s Community Service department trauma-informed care efforts are highlighted as filling the need for more trauma-responsive social workers. Gabriel McGaughey, manager of child well-being programs at Children’s Wisconsin, and social worker Meghan Christian discuss how treating traumatized children at various locations in Southeastern Wisconsin.
Story appeared in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Read the full article here.
Thanks to the families who shared their stories and everyone who donated to make this another great year.
The clinics will provide immediate support to kids experiencing a mental health crisis.
Funds support services at seven Children’s Wisconsin Child Advocacy Centers, providing care for kids suspect of abuse or neglect.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the WKLH Miracle Marathon for Children’s Wisconsin presented by Mars Family Foundation.
Jacqueline Whelan has been selected as a member of the Milwaukee Business Journal’s “40 under 40” class of 2023.
50,000-square-foot clinic will reduce the need for patients in Northeast and Central Wisconsin to travel to Milwaukee for specialty appointments.
It's estimated that more than 1.5 million Americans are allergic to sesame.