Born premature and unable to absorb nutrients,
Joe'Von now has an appetite for life.
Born premature, Easton defines small but mighty
Jordan doesn't let muscular dystrophy stop him from living life.
Spina bifida doesn't slow Garrett (or his family) down.
ERT at home keeps Leo movin'
Restrictive lung disease and unrestrained activity at home
Full breaths, full light, bright future
High risk of infection, low risk at home
Multiple challenges and a plan to live healthier at home
Breathing easier in the safety of home
Nine months in the hospital normal life at home
Aversion to food, now an appetite for life
New lungs and a new lease on life at home
“PHS was the one constant in our lives. Kevin was so sick and fragile. Doctors said if he required hospitalization, he was at risk of infection, and they might not be able to save him. Time and time again, PHS helped us keep Kevin home, safe, and alive. He is a gift we've been able to keep because of what PHS gave us.”
- Susan, Kevin's mom
Blind, deaf and hopeful at home with his family
A loss of two kidneys and one big happy family at home
Safe at home with health care that touches all bases
Exceeding expectations and using her wild imagination
Doesn’t speak, but his smile says it all
New liver, new hope, new life
Born small, but with a big future ahead
“Having a sick child is not the end of the world. Josie remains right here in her comfort area while getting the medications and care she needs. PHS also trained us to care for her, all so she can stay at home, right where she belongs.”
- Jay, Josie’s dad
Fear of infection and the flexibility to lead a normal life.
Making every moment count through multiple challenges
Short colon, long life at home