Category: Children’s Health & Developmental Concerns

My 1 in 1,000

By Guest Blogger Dana Harrell April 10, 2013 is a date I will forever remember. It was a gorgeous day and the day my family was going to find out the sex of our baby! As...

Meet the Newest Members of the Brenner Family!

By Brenner Children’s Hospital Spotted some new furry faces around town? Meet Brenn, Belle, and Beau. At Brenner Children’s Hospital, we want people to know how...

My Son is a Biter

By Guest Blogger Michelle Barson My sweet, little baby boy is a hazard to others and while it doesn’t faze him it’s something I am forced to wear like a scarlet...

Life on the Road: What it’s Like to Work for Brenner’s Critical Care Transport Team

By Kathy Hostetter, RRT, RCP, Registered Respiratory Therapist, Brenner Children’s Hospital Critical Care Transport I guess you could say my job is a bit out of the...

Breaking the Cycle of Pediatric Headaches

By Laura Granetzke, FNP-C, Family Practice Nurse Practitioner and NHF Certified Headache Practitioner, Wake Forest Baptist Health Your child or teen has a headache, so...

Is Your Child Experiencing Screen Addiction?

By Guest Blogger Brian Heller, MS, LPC Do you find yourself bombarded with questions from your children about when they will be allowed to watch their next show, play...

Is Your Child Having a Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad, Week, Month, Year?

By Guest Blogger Hannah Cox, LPCA at Triad Child & Family Counseling Your child has it so good, right? No responsibilities, no boss to answer to, no bills to pay…...

A Day in the Life of a NICU Doctor

By Cherrie Welch, MD, Medical Director, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Brenner Children’s Hospital I have the incredible honor of serving as one of the attending...

Special Needs Resources

Updated by Sarah Blackwell We know it takes a village to raise a child, and sometimes parents need special support beyond our typical villages. That is why we created...

A Brighter Tomorrow

By Tiffany Cagle-Schrift, LPC, BCN, NCC Listening, Learning and Living Better through Neurofeedback My hope and desire for anyone I meet is that they are living a full...