Thanks to you, 16 teens from Kids Cancer Care’s Teen Leadership Program (TLP) had a life-changing experience in Guadalajara, Mexico. While there, they volunteered at a hospital and shelter for children with cancer and a school.
“When Laura was seven and had just started grade three, she started having problems reading her home reading. Like most parents, we thought that Laura needed eyeglasses. After work on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, we took her for an eye exam. The eye doctor was concerned with a flicker that he had noticed on Laura’s left eye so he made a referral to a colleague at the eye clinic at the Foothills Hospital. Because of Laura’s age, we were able to see the specialist the next morning.
With the recent outbreak of measles and talk in the media about the growing anti-vaccination movement, Mackenzie, Kids Cancer Care’s nursing manager, thought you may want to get the straight facts on this disease and on vaccinations in general. As a member of Kids Cancer Care, we are part of a community that supports immuno-compromised […]
What started as a normal day on Friday, August 31, quickly become one of the worst in lives. Over the past few days our daughter Evelyn had been complaining of pain in her side, so I decided to take her into the Alberta Children’s Hospital. At worst, we thought, it might be appendicitis or something.
Carter Thompson isn’t your average Stampeders fan. He’s an extreme fan. Knowing what a tough year it’s been for Carter, we approached former Stampeder Stu Laird about getting some apparel for him. Little did we know, this simple request would assume epic proportions and become the stuff of dreams.
Hi, I’m Ryane. I know I may look like a normal, active 15-year-old, but I am not.