This interactive Due Date Calculator will help you estimate the date your baby will arrive. Pregnancy usually lasts 280 days (40 weeks) from the first day of the woman’s last menstrual period.

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RMHC-KC hosts Camp ChiMer, a summer camp for children’s disease specifically geared for 45-50 children ages nine to 17 who are undergoing peritoneal dialysis, hemodialysis or who have had a renal transplant.

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Youth burn survivors from around Arizona are invited to attend the week-long Arizona Children’s Burn Camp, “Camp Courage”, up at the Pine Summit campground in the Prescott National Forest each year.

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Camp Twin Lakes provides life-changing camp experiences to children with serious illnesses, disabilities and other challenges through week-long summer camps and year-round weekend retreats at three fully-accessible and medically-supported campsites, and t

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One week overnight camp for young people ages 12-28 living with epilepsy and other developmental disabilities.

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Newly expanded to include partners, Caregiver-to-Caregiver allows husbands, wives, partners or companions of people with young onset Parkinson’s Disease to develop the same kind of unique, personal support their partners have enjoyed through Person-to-Per

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Caring for a person with Huntington’s Disease is a monumental task. You will work with a variety of professionals: doctors, nurses, social workers, rehabilitation therapists, psychologists and other specialists.

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This podcast brings together three caregivers who share their knowledge and experience on how caregivers can get the most out of doctors visits for their loved one.

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Case managers assist people living with AIDS to assess ongoing needs, develop a plan to meet these needs and connect people to community resources.

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The information will help you be more educated and involved in your eye doctor’s treatment through diagnosis, surgery and recovery.

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Cerebral palsy (CP) is a group of disorders that affect a person’s ability to move and maintain balance and posture.

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Comprehensive support is provided on a daily basis for individuals with disabilities and their families in South Carolina.

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United Cerebral Palsy of Central Arizona’s, (UCP) Therapy program include therapists who work with children at the Laura Dozer Center’s therapy clinic or the child’s natural environment, such as the home or daycare.

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Today about 1 in 3 kids is overweight or obese. And studies show that overweight kids are likely to become overweight and obese adults. Scroll down to learn more about childhood obesity and its causes.

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The Ronald McDonald Family Room is a special place within Children’s Mercy Hospital where inpatient families with children’s disease can rest and still be close to their child. It offers a comfortable, home-like environment including a living room area

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The Advocacy and Health Policy department focuses on protecting children’s health through influencing federal, state and local public policy decisions. We also engage with stakeholders outside the policy arena on issues and projects focused on children.

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The Children’s Heart Center team at Phoenix Children’s Hospital specializes in pediatric cardiology, intensive care, cardiac anesthesiology, and cardiothoracic surgery. Our comprehensive, multidisciplinary team provides the best possible care for complex

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The most critical period of learning and development is the first five years of a child’s life. Equally important are the supports and services for cerebral palsy that the family and child receive from the educational and other social service agencies.

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Services are provided in a self-directed model in which individuals receiving services and their families’ partner with the Arc of NC to hire, train and manage their own staff.

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There are three basic kinds of camps for children and youths with epilepsy. Most of them are co-ed, meaning that while campers are segregated by gender during sleeping hours, they commingle for most programs and meals.

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ASD Video Glossary is an innovative web-based tool designed to help parents and professionals learn more about the early red flags and diagnostic features of autism spectrum disorders

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It is vital to reach out across Colorado to bring about SIDS awareness, prevention and risk reduction education. Parent education should address comprehensive strategies to reduce risks, such as Safe to Sleep® recommendations.

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Community guides are available to serve most areas of the state by assisting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in locating and coordinating community resources to help meet a wide range of needs.

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At Phoenix Children’s Hospital, they have made a commitment to improving the health and lives of all children in our community – not just the ones they see as patients. Learn more about various programs for prevention of childhood diseases.

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Learn more about the community sponsored programs such as women’s wellness forum, assistance program for dialysis patients, health and care fair, community grants, Vials Of Life program and community scholarships.

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Special Olympics Florida conducts eight State Championships every year. These events are the culmination of an athletes with disabilities, training and competition cycle for a specific sports season.

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Computers with adaptive input devices for assessment, training and/or personal computer time enabling individuals with disabilities to improve skills, cognizance and confidence through technology. Tulsa area.

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Minnesota Chapter clubs, groups, social gatherings and mentor program are primarily about relationships and community. People whose lives are touched by multiple sclerosis can connect with others while engaging in lively discussion and gaining valuable insight.

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Connections includes educational information, medical and research updates, current events, success stories, community group listings, fund raising information’s and other pertinent topics related to supporting individuals with Down syndrome.

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AARBF maintains offices in Burbank (Southern California), Fresno (Central California) and San Francisco (Northern California). The headquarter office is in Burbank, CA which helps those who suffer from burns.

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Formerly known as DOORWAYS’ Supportive Housing Facility (DSHF), Cooper House serves people who are unable to live independently as a result of HIV/AIDS. It is the only program of its kind in the region and was one of the first in the United States to pr

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Read the stories of the children experiencing homelessness who come to Covenant House, often suffering from mental health issues such as depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and suicide attempts.

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Provides support and education for people living with Crohn’s or Colitis while also funding leading research activities. Support Camp Oasis, a co-ed residential camp for kids with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.

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Cure 4 Kids provides continuing medical education focusing on cancer, pediatrics, oncology, and global communication tools to health care professionals and scientists worldwide. Explore this free child disease resource and start collaborating worldwide!

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Community Health Charities is pleased to welcome Dr. Jeffrey Laurence M.D., Professor of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College and Senior Scientist with amfAR.

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Children and young adults with cystic fibrosis (CF) go to school and college. They can be expected to and do take part in school activities, including sports and other extracurricular activities.

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Today’s healthcare landscape can be hard to navigate. A growing number of people with cystic fibrosis are finding themselves facing difficult choices about their or their child’s healthcare — even postponing care and cutting back on medications —

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The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation produces a variety of publications and videos designed to inform and educate those in the CF community about important topics relating to science investments and discoveries, as well as medical treatment and progress.

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