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CHOC Children’s outpatient evaluation center offers COVID-19 testing for children who have been exposed to COVID-19 or are experiencing symptoms associated with COVID-19, as well as children who require a test before an upcoming procedure. We understand that having a child undergo a COVID-19 test can be stressful for parents, so we’ve prepared this guide … continue reading
CHOC Children’s patients Zachary and Jennifer, along with their families, recently participated in virtual meetings with legislators as part of ongoing advocacy efforts. “Each family met virtually with their members of U.S. Congress to discuss the importance of prioritizing children’s healthcare,” says Rachel Rolnicki, CHOC’s director of government affairs. “Especially now, both families felt it … continue reading
En esta época de grandes desafíos, aquí en CHOC Children’s nuestra meta es brindar tranquilidad a los padres de familia cuando se trata del cuidado de la salud y del bienestar de sus hijos. La atención médica a los niños, ya sean exámenes físicos, vacunas o acceso a especialistas, es fundamental. Por esa razón, nuestras … continue reading
When 3-year-old Vinny and his mom Nikki visited CHOC Children’s for the first time, they didn’t expect a calming experience thanks to a magic show, or that staff would go above and beyond to make them feel comfortable. Vinny had a fever, and his pediatrician suspected pneumonia. After a few days of antibiotics, the fever returned, prompting his trip to the Julia and George Argyros Emergency Department … continue reading
A child, resting in bed, fires up her 7-inch tablet and opens an app. She selects from a variety of cartoon avatars — such as a panda or penguin — and backgrounds that include a colorful ocean floor with fish and other sea creatures. Game on. But this isn’t a typical game. It’s a kid-friendly … continue reading
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many children are spending more time at home than usual. Here’s a roundup of what parents and caregivers can do to keep kids occupied during this time. Online learning The Orange County Department of Education has created a roundup of free resources to help students supplement other materials that are being … continue reading