Our Favorite Photos in March

8-month-old Natalie has a feisty personality and charming smile despite spending 2/3 of her life in the hospital so far. The PICU has become home for the Livengoods as she fights Shwachman-Diamond Syndrome. They share the ongoing battle to get their little girl in her own bed: http://bit.ly/1C316uf

Social media is so fast-paced we’d hate for you to miss some of our best photos. Here are a few from March.

Gift bags brighten patient stays at Akron Children’s Hospital


New sights, new sounds, unfamiliar procedures. A hospital stay can be an intimidating experience for little ones. To help take a bit of the sting away from time spent in the hospital, Akron Children’s Hospital is giving away tote bags donated by Kohl’s Cares®, filled with age-appropriate goodies to patients age 6 to 9.

Photos: Getting ready for A Prom to Remember

A Prom to Remember 2015

Every teen wants her prom to be memorable and spectacular. And for a group of teen cancer patients at Akron Children’s Hospital, they got just that with A Prom to Remember – complete with red-carpet treatment at no cost to the teens and their families.

A Prom to Remember Selfies

A Prom to Remember 2015

Our selfie camera caught some great smiles as the teens showed off their black-tie fashions for the long-awaited A Prom to Remember.

Purple Power creates conversation about epilepsy

Akron Children's neurology team displays Purple Power for epilepsy awareness

Purple shirts. Purple ties. Purple scrubs, sweaters and dresses. Akron Children’s neurology and neurodevelopmental science team celebrated Purple Day, an international grassroots effort to build awareness for epilepsy.

Our Favorite Photos in February

Hazel – the super service dog – and Kheira are quickly becoming good friends. http://bit.ly/1wZdBEQ

Social media is so fast-paced we’d hate for you to miss some of our best photos. Here are a few from February and links to their stories.