A Journey: Family Support at Children’s Village

An integral component of services at Children’s Village is meeting the emotional needs of the entire family. It’s not just research that shows positive outcomes for families raising a child with special health care needs who receive family support, it’s the near daily feedback from moms, dads, siblings and grandparents who tell us what the Read more about A Journey: Family Support at Children’s Village[…]

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Liberty Bottle Works hosted the Children’s Village one 2 one Kid’s Club for a tour of their Yakima facility over the summer. The kids got to see how they make water bottles and even draw their own designs to be entered into a Back to School Art Contest, giving one aspiring artist a chance for Read more about A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words[…]

A Message From The Director

It was a busy summer at Children’s Village in the Medical and Dental programs. We are pleased to announce two new Pediatric Dentists, Dr. Jessica De Bord and Dr. Takish Ziad, will be joining our team. Additionally, we now offer fetal echocardiograms for our community. Fetal echocardiograms are performed on pregnant women, who have been Read more about A Message From The Director[…]

Alcohol, Caffeine & Heart Disease Class

When Friday, September 21, 2012, 9 – 10am Type of Event Heart Education YVMH Location Memorial Rehabilitation and Wellness Center Coordinator Cardiac Rehabilitation and Wellness Center Phone 509-576-7650 Cost No Charge, Open to the Public, No Registration Required Note That pick-me-up or liquid courage may be “letting down” your heart. How much is too much for your Read more about Alcohol, Caffeine & Heart Disease Class[…]

Obesity rates to exceed by 60% by 2030

Obesity rates to exceed by 60% by 2030…make the change today for the health of your children. Limit sugary sweetened beverages. This from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation … http://www.rwjf.org/en/about-rwjf/newsroom/newsroom-content/2012/09/new-report-finds-adult-obesity-rates-could-exceed-60-percent-in-13-states-by-2030.html