Children’s Village Child and Family Supervisor Jack McPhee knows how to wear several hats at once. She oversees the Early Intervention (birth to three program) balancing the needs of staff members, processing hundreds of referrals per year, managing her own case load and she is the children with special health care needs coordinator for the Read more about Yakima Childhood Early Intervention[…]
Dr Brett Quave of Water’s Edge, Memorial’s Pain Relief Institute in Yakima, Washington discusses chronic pain and chronic pain treatment.
Time doesn’t necessarily heal all wounds, but grief definitely does take time. Brenda’s husband died the 5th of May. Within a week, her husband’s closet was completely cleaned out, and his clothes were sent to a homeless shelter—they may as well go to good use, right? Within a month, her kids had helped Brenda get Read more about Learn to have patience with yourself.[…]
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Calling all breast cancer survivors! You are invited to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month “Surviving in Style” event at North Star Lodge. Medical Oncology Director, Vicky Jones, MD will present a short program on “The Latest in Breast Cancer Prevention, Detection and Research” followed by our very first knitted breast prosthetic fitting party (compliments of Read more about Breast Cancer Survivors[…]
This guest post is by Autism Speaks staffer Kerry Magro. Kerry, an adult who has autism, is a recent graduate of Seton Hall University. He started the club Student Disability Awareness on campus to help spread awareness and raise funds for those affected by autism. Autism Speaks U is a program designed for college students Read more about 10 Things I Have Learned About Autism[…]
Need a fun idea for your own Breast Cancer fundraising event? Reserve some of our specially designed pink label water and sell it to customers and staff. We have pre made posters and name badge promo materials ready for your use. Go to to our Breast Cancer Awareness Campaigns page right now and join other Read more about Support Breast Cancer Awareness[…]
2701 Tieton Drive is a hub of constant philanthropic activity for The Memorial Foundation! We recently had the privilege of receiving a site visit from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust in response to a $200,000 grant request that was submitted in July. This grant would fund autism, behavioral and mental health therapies at Children’s Village. Read more about A visit from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust[…]
Justin Robinson, MD, board-certified vascular surgeon discussed Peripheral Vascular disease. September is Peripheral Arterial Disease awareness month.
The funeral’s over. Your family has gone home. Loved ones have returned to their lives. ….now what are you supposed to do?