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“The time is always right to do what is right” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Today, we’re honored to partner with United Way to provide hands-on help for local organizations dedicated to improving the health and well-being of our community. Seattle Children’s employees and their friends and families are serving at the Federal Way Senior Center, Amara, Spectrum Dance Theater, Washington Autism...
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We love our Seattle Seahawks! #12s stand proud at Seattle Children's Research Institute ready to cheer loud during tomorrow's battle of the birds. Go Hawks! #SEAvsATL
“We’re providing hope for families in the future,” says mom of Arthur, a 17-year-old with autism. “Just like the hope that we get from families who’ve participated in research in the past.”
Next week we kick off a brand new line up of free Autism 200 Series lectures for those who wish to better understand autism spectrum disorder. First up is Autism 201: The State of Autism in 2017. Join in-person or tune in at one of our video teleconferencing locations throughout Washington.

Considerable advances occurred in both science and on the community, state and national levels in 2016....
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Announcing the Autism 200 Series Schedule for 2017

“Children’s has given Kelahna the life she has. It has never been just, ‘Is she functioning?’ They have always asked, ‘Is she functioning well in her community?’” – Amy, Kelahna’s mom.

Happily, she is. At age 11, she has undergone 35 surgeries at Seattle Children’s and seen providers and nurses from urology, orthopedics, rehabilitation medicine, neurosurgery — and the list goes on. But one...
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“If we want to positively affect the health of as many children as possible, we have to take responsibility for our environmental impacts.” - Colleen Groll, manager of sustainability programs at Seattle Children’s.

Seattle Children’s was recognized as one of the 50 greenest hospitals in America for the second year in a row.

Seattle Children's Hospital | 50 of the Greenest Hospitals in America 2016

Thank you to everyone who generously donated to give our patients and their families possibilities, progress and hope this holiday season. Because of you, our generous community, children like Olivia have healthy futures ahead of them.
Thank you Colton and Colton's ARMY Guild for your generous support of Strong Against Cancer and Seattle Children's.
Logout can be the hardest button to click… Dr. Megan Moreno offers an idea that can help families free up time to focus on resolutions or can be a worthy resolution of its own - a social media detox.

Doctor Suggests Social Media Detox in the New Year

Does your tween or teen want to babysit this year? Set aspiring sitters up for success with a Better Babysitters class to teach them responsible babysitting skills. Offered in Seattle, Bellevue, Everett and Federal Way for kids age 11 to 14.

Better Babysitters Class

Ready, set, ski! Our final Kohl's Cares winter sport helmet event of the season is Sunday at Seattle Children’s Bellevue Clinic and Surgery Center. FREE ski helmets for kids ages 4 to 18. Wearers must be present to be fitted and supplies are limited. Please share with friends and families who may be interested. Together we can help make the slopes safer for kids.

Winter Sport Helmet Fitting and Giveaway

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We hope everyone has a safe holiday weekend, but we'll be here for your family if you need us. Seattle Children’s Urgent Care Clinics in Bellevue, Federal Way, Mill Creek and Seattle will be open on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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Every day, extraordinary patients visit Seattle Children’s and researchers work toward medical breakthroughs at our research institute. From scientific discoveries that made you "wow" to patients who made you "aww," these were your 2016 favorites.

Top 6 Seattle Children’s Blogs of 2016

Wow! Our friend Landon got the surprise of a lifetime when he was sworn in as an honorary Kootenai County Sheriff's Office junior deputy while home for the holidays. We hope we get to see his fancy new badge.

3-Year-Old Boy with Stage 4 Cancer Sworn in as Honorary Deputy Sheriff

Thanks to all of our patients and families who contribute to research, Seattle Children’s is creating a better future for generations of children.

Patients and Families Share Stories

Erin Cross is in remission and running around like any 6-year-old after a successful cancer immunotherapy trial at Seattle Children’s.

"I was making the breakfast when I got the phone call from the team at Seattle Children's Hospital. They wanted to get the important news to us that her (bone marrow test) was clear of leukemia. I just broke down crying. I had to hang up and get myself...
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New gene-therapy cancer treatment 'wipes out' dying girl's leukemia

Adelynne’s Crohn’s disease has been in clinical remission for more than two years thanks to novel diet treatment options. Today, she’s a healthy, happy and thriving 11-year-old girl.

“I can’t believe how far we’ve come. When we first walked into Seattle Children’s, she was an 8-year-old girl who was barely heavier than our 4-year-old. Now, she’s growing and food is no longer her enemy. I...
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Novel Diet Therapy Helps Children With Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis Reach Remission

Thank you CURE for IBD for your $30,000 donation to advance Inflammatory Bowel Disease research at Seattle Children’s. Together let’s find new treatments and cures for IBD.
Our Child Life Department made patients' days merry and bright over 10,000 times last year. One beloved team member is Hank, a 78-pound sheepdog. He’s been visiting the hospital for two years, spreading smiles with his calm demeanor and wagging tail.

“I’ve seen patients whose parents have told me that their child had not smiled or laughed in weeks, but as soon as Hank walked in, they lit up...
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