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Care Connection is a partnership among Nationwide Children’s Hospital, schools and your child’s doctor to provide access to health care at school. Primary care, behavioral health and asthma therapy are offered through school health clinics or the Mobile Care Center.
Sacral nerve stimulation (SNS) is a promising new technique offered to children who experience urinary and/or fecal incontinence or chronic constipation after other treatments have been unsuccessful. Patients meet with a multi-disciplinary team that determines the individualized treatment plan.
Excessive drooling can be a problem both medically and socially for children with complex medical issues. The Salivary Gland Disorders Clinic provides a comprehensive approach to evaluation and surgical management for these disorders when the drooling has not responded to treatment.
The Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy Program at Nationwide Children’s Hospital is offered to patients from around the country experiencing spasticity – a condition that causes stiff, tight muscles that can’t be controlled because of a problem with the signals the brain sends (or doesn’t send) to the nerves.
The Comprehensive Sickle Cell and Thalassemia Program is home to over 280 children, adolescents and young adults, with sickle cell anemia and other disorders of hemoglobin including beta thalassemia, emphasizing primary, secondary and tertiary prevention and treatment using a multidisciplinary team
Our program is dedicated to helping children and families cope with the challenges of a single ventricle diagnosis and improve outcomes. The Heart Center is among only a handful of centers in North America that offer this dedicated service.
Our Sleep Disorders Center and our Sleep Medicine Clinics assist primary care physicians and specialists with the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders in children from infancy to adolescence.
Our Small Baby Program is dedicated to the care of babies born at less than 27 weeks. We provide an interdisciplinary approach to family-centered care, allowing extremely premature babies to not only survive, but to reach their milestones.
The Department of Social Work at Nationwide Children's engages with families to identify and address barriers to wellness. We focus our work on the relationship between family function and medical illness.
Our team provides diagnostic evaluations and therapeutic treatment for speech, language and voice disorders for patients up to age 21.
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