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Rosie the Renegade No Stranger to Masks
Patient Stories
July 17, 2020

At almost 3 years old, little Rosie Kubik has climbed more mountains and conquered more obstacles than most of us can imagine. The spunky red-head has spent most of her young life battling serious health issues, and now is using her experience and voice to share an important message.

Helpful Hints for Helmets
July 16, 2020

From toddlers to teens, ride-on toys are popular toys. They can be a lot of fun, encouraging kids to remain physically active and enjoy the outdoors. However, 18% of parents say their child doesn't wear a helmet when riding a bike, a number that increases dramatically for other wheeled toys. Learn more and get helpful tips for protecting your child's brain from injury. 

Helping your child develop language skills at home
April 06, 2020

While observing social distancing due to the COVID-19 outbreak and while students are learning from home, there are several ways to continue the development of language skills. Get tips from Lacy Albrecht, a speech-language pathologist who specializes in pediatric patients. 

Kansas teen a walking testament to hope and healing
In the News, Patient Stories
December 10, 2019

Caleb Tobias of Clearwater, Kansas, has defied all the odds stacked against him after a devastating car crash on March 6. The teenager arrived at Madonna’s Lincoln Campus after 10 surgeries, extremely weak, visually impaired, but his strong faith intact. After six months of intensive rehabilitation, Caleb, wearing his signature red shoes, met his goal to walk out the doors of Madonna.