We have millions of chronically ill children in this country. Most of us assume that childhood is a carefree time of playgrounds and soccer games. Sadly, many children don’t have that luxury. About 30% of children experience a chronic illness of some type. At least 18% are diagnosed with a serious chronic illness and fully 7% of American kids are significantly limited by a severe chronic illness. This amounts to over 6 million children. These kids most often suffer in silence and out of our awareness...
The Center for the Whole Child delivers a new model of healthcare. This short-term residential setting celebrates the complex diversity of each child. The Center provides assessment and treatment for all chronic conditions of childhood. We fuse medical, psychiatric, educational, family, nutritional and spiritual perspectives. Read More