April 17, 2018
They’re Not Just Mini Adults: Caring for the Pediatric Patient with a Central Venous Access Device
While many of the practices of caring for a central line are the same for all patients, there are some fundamental differences between adult and pediatric patients that we...
PHS Plans Comprehensive Conference for Caregivers
Recognizing the unique needs of this emerging population, this full day of training for individuals involved in a patient care focuses on how to adapt as providers when children...
A Multifaceted Process: Transitioning a Child who is Medically Complex into Adulthood
When we found out my daughter Tana would be born with spina bifida after my 20-week ultrasound, I knew our family’s world would forever be changed—but I could have...
Minneapolis is a leader in its commitment to accessible public space. The city instituted a pedestrian ramping program for its streets decades before the Americans with Disabilities Act took...
Healthy Habits: When to Get Help for Kids’ Fears, Anixety
If your child falls and may have a broken arm, you get her or him medical attention. Kids who struggle with schoolwork? You get them academic help such as...
Toys for Tots 2017
Every year we raise money to donate to Toys for Tots, a U.S. Marine Corps organization who’s mission is to collect new, unwrapped toys from October- December each year,...
Little People Fighting Big Battles
PHS Infusion Nurses Lynn Buchholz and Jill Wall contribute an article to HomeCare Magazine on the role home care providers play in initiating palliative care. Read the article here.