New app to be designed to help caregivers of children and adolescents with mental health disorders

A new smartphone app will soon be in the works to help support the caregivers of children and adolescents with mental health and addiction disorders, thanks to a $105,600 grant from Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation.  An upcoming research project…

New research to explore breastfeeding practices of refugee mothers

A first-of-its-kind research project in Saskatchewan will gain insight into the needs of refugee mothers who may need breastfeeding support to improve the health and development of their young children. The research funded by Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation intends…

Four-year-old facing cancer shows what it means to be a true fighter

Nash Bartlette is known for lighting up a room with his big smile and friendly nature.  “With his personality, he will say to hi to anyone passing by. He just brightens everyone’s day that he comes across,” said Nash’s mom,…

Now More Than Ever campaign kicks off with generous $1 million match

The global pandemic has changed our world in so many ways. It’s underscored what maternal and pediatric specialists at Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital already recognized—different models of care require innovative and responsive new methods to deliver critical health care services…

Creative community fundraisers helping Saskatchewan kids and families in hospital

While COVID-19 has caused the cancellation of many important fundraising events, it hasn’t stopped the creativity and generosity of people from across the province. In true Saskatchewan spirit, many people are still continuing to find great ways to make a…

Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation supports new reading program at Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital

The Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation is helping provide kids in hospital with opportunities for continued learning and creativity with a gift of $75,000 to Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation. The gift will go towards establishing The Book Mobile program at Jim…

Shop Sprout online and help kids in hospital

It’s now easier than ever to shop Sprout Gift Co. and at the same time help support Saskatchewan kids and families in hospital. You can shop Sprout Gift Co. online and have your purchase delivered right to your door, with…

New camera will make eye exams easier for fragile babies

A new piece of equipment that has just recently arrived at Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital will bring more comfort to premature babies requiring eye exams. During a baby’s long journey in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), many require ophthalmology…

Help spread sunshine for moms, babies, and sick kids in hospital

Everyone needs a little sunshine, especially on days that seem cloudy. On June 9 and 10 you can help ensure brighter futures for children and families in Saskatchewan during the #DayOfSunshineChallenge. Sign up to become a Sunshine Maker with Jim…

New robots give kids in hospital the freedom to explore

New technology at Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital is giving young patients the freedom to play and explore, all without ever leaving their hospital room. Two new remote-controlled robots are the most recent additions to the Child Life Program at Jim…

Supporting Saskatchewan families through the loss of a child

A family is never prepared for the death of a child. Still, for some Saskatchewan families, this is a reality. While technological advances in children’s health have greatly improved medical care and outcomes, children continue to face life-threatening or terminal…

Chicken Farmers of Saskatchewan gift $65K for kids in hospital

The Chicken Farmers of Saskatchewan are helping our province’s youngest patients with a generous gift of $65,000. The donation will go towards a Nourishment Room on the pediatric floor of Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital, as well as helping sponsor a…

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