“I think she understands that things have been taken away from those who are in the hospital just as she has had things taken away from her.”
“Sometimes as providers, all we have to do is be brave and ask ourselves, ‘Is this about me, or is this about the patient?’”
“I want him to have a bright future, and I thank God for putting Michele in my path so my baby can have that.”
“Musical activities can also support one of the most critical social relationships: that between a parent and child.”
“He works so hard behind the scenes, then shows up to the patient’s room with a smile on his face and makes the whole process appear seamless and easy.”
Months of hard training. Seven days of climbing. Severe oxygen deprivation. But the view was worth it.
“Our patients live with a disease they don’t get help for out of fear of blame. It’s important for me to say, ‘I’m living with the same thing, and I’m not ashamed.’”
Puzzles, mazes, coloring pages and other fun help pass the time
“It has made me ecstatically happy to watch him get better,” his mom said.