Tina Murray, a parent liaison in the recovery room or PACU (post-anesthesia care unit), credits her youngest child, Aric, with launching her career at Akron Children’s. In 1982, Aric attended an early intervention program operated by the hospital and Kent State University. The experience was so positive for Tina’s family that when Aric transitioned to […]
When their son Joey still hadn’t started talking by the time he turned 2, Kyle and Missy Cheney knew something wasn’t right. After a series of tests, Joey was diagnosed with autism, specifically Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS). “That was really, really difficult for my wife and me, to understand what PDD-NOS is […]
As healthcare continues to shift toward providing care closer to home, or in the home, the Family Child Learning Center (FCLC) has begun to take a closer look at where their services are provided.