Purple Power creates conversation about epilepsy

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.

Warren parent lauds convenience of new, nearby lab and specialty services

When Victoria Alarcon moved to Warren, Ohio, from the San Diego area in October 2013 her first priority was to find convenient, experienced healthcare providers for her daughter. “We were very blessed to find Dr. Amy Young at Akron Children’s Hospital Pediatrics-Warren.

Lean Six Sigma process gives neurology a new look

Akron Children’s neurology patients will notice a brighter “neighborhood” feel on their next visit with colorful tulips, trees and birds on the walls and, more importantly, a more efficient, streamlined flow for getting in and out of appointments. The redesign of the neurology department is just the start of massive remodeling of the hospital’s neurodevelopmental science center.

Uncovering the mystery: Toddler diagnosed with rare muscular disorder

If anyone needs an example of resilience, they need to look no further than 2-year-old Jack Lee. Jack arrived at the neonatal intensive care unit at Akron Children’s Hospital on Oct. 4, 2011 – 7 weeks premature and struggling to breathe.

After a serious brain injury, Logan and his mom have relied on palliative care every step of the way

Three-year-old Logan Keith of Akron continues to amaze his doctors and family with his miraculous recovery from a devastating brain injury.