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Many parents are aware some of the biggest challenges that come with raising kids happen in the first few years.
At CHOC, we understand that the experience of a child undergoing surgery can be stressful.
CHOC Cherese Mari Laulhere Mental Health Inpatient Center is dedicated to treating kids with mental illness. Learn about our inpatient mental health care for children.
Kimberly Chavalas Cripe, president and CEO of CHOC Children's and board chair for the Children's Hospital Association, encourages the community to make children the top priority in 2020.
New center expands the region’s capacity to serve children with autism spectrum disorders and other neurodevelopmental conditions.
RDs In Practice: Advancing Practice in Pediatric Nutrition – Management of Pediatric Feeding Problems
RDs In Practice - June 21, 2016
The intensive outpatient therapy program at CHOC is for high school teens who have anxiety, depression or other mental health symptoms.
Here you'll find information about the NICU, including guidelines for families and visitors, as well as a list of frequently asked questions and answers.
CHOC's High-Risk Infant Follow-Up Clinic is a resource for families who are concerned about their young child’s development and possible delays.
Constipation in children occurs when a child has painful or infrequent bowel movements. Find out constipation causes, symptoms & when to see a doctor.
Epileptic encephalopathies are an epileptic condition characterized by early-onset seizures. Learn everything you need to know at CHOC.org.
At the Thompson Autism Center, we use therapies, including ABA, speech and occupational, to treat autism and help children reach their full potential.
CHOC President and CEO Kimberly Chavalas Cripe has been named Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Children’s Hospital Association (CHA).
Urinary incontinence (UI) is the loss of urine control, or the inability to hold your urine for a reasonable amount of time before reaching a restroom.
“It’s almost like the pandemic threw gasoline on embers that were already glowing,” says Dr. Heather Huszti, chief psychologist at CHOC.
CHOC Children's has an expert team of psychologists and psychiatrists providing treatment for kids with mental health, behavioral and psychological issues.
Children older than 6 months should sleep through the night. If they have trouble sleeping, they may have childhood insomnia, a condition treated at CHOC.
CHOC provides a unique multidisciplinary and comprehensive program for the diagnosis and treatment of children and teens with phenylketonuria (PKU).
U.S. Departments of Education and Health and Human Services Encourage States to Adopt an Early Childhood System Model, like CHOC Children’s Help Me Grow
Help Me Grow is endorsed by U.S. Departments of Education and Health and Human Services for its collective impact on vulnerable children.
The Foundation of Caring Lysosomal Storage Disorder Program at CHOC is a unique treatment program for children with lysosomal storage disorders.
It is important for families facing a terminal illness or coping with recent loss to understand grief and death and how it impacts family members of all ages.
Our goal at Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC Children’s) is to ensure that extremely low birth weight (ELBW) babies not only survive, but that they do so with fewer long-term complications.
We’re proud to have cultivated an environment that not only prioritizes safety, but also emphasizes sharing and openness so that we can all learn from best practices.
Sleep regressions look different every time and for every child. However, most regressions are associated with a developmental milestone or leap.
Failure to thrive is defined as slowed or halted (stopped) physical growth. Failure to thrive has many different causes.