School is one of the most universal experiences of childhood – where we make our first friends, learn to read and write, and, hopefully, learn to love learning itself. But some children, such as 3-year-old Bradrick Corley, need a little bit of help in getting there. That’s where Akron Children’s School Health Services comes in. […]
10-year-old Brady Ryba of Heritage Elementary School in Medina City Schools took a writing assignment to heart and wanted others to know how the school nurse from Akron Children’s Hospital needs “to be respected.” Medical Assistant Stephanie Rost, who has cared for Brady, was thrilled to see his kind words so she shared with manager […]
Nurses are often told they are a lot like moms because they share many of the same “job” characteristics. Both are compassionate and empathetic and they also fix “boo boos” and soothe worries. When Amy Decker became a fist-time mom to a child with complex medical issues, she realized a lot of what she was […]
You might have firm convictions about at what age a teen should be allowed to date, but it’s often far less clear whether your teen is ready for dating – or for that matter, what exactly constitutes a date. How your teen handles personal relationships should give you an idea about whether he or she […]
There’s nothing like watching children run, laugh and play. Imagine how great that feeling is when you can play a role in helping nearly 2,000 children join in a special event like the Akron Marathon’s annual Kids Fun Run. Nearly every year that the Akron Marathon has offered a Kids Fun Run, Laurel Celik, a […]
Akron Children’s and Safe Kids Summit County gave away 300 bike helmets during the Diamond Classic for Kids charity baseball game May 16, which benefited Akron Children’s School Health Services.