A look back at last year's Fetal Family Reunion
It’s that time again! Registration is now open for our 18th Annual Fetal Family Reunion in Philadelphia, scheduled for Sunday, June 22, 2014.
Stay tuned here and on the Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment Facebook page for more details to come soon!
Has your address, email, or phone number changed? Be sure to provide your updated information when you RSVP! And even if you can’t attend but want to stay in touch, please fill out the form with any updated contact information so we can be sure to keep you informed of future events! (Just fill out the RSVP form with your new email, address or phone number, check “no” where it asks if your family members will be attending this year, and submit the form.)
Leonard and Madlyn Abramson Pediatric Research Center
34th St. and Civic Center Blvd.
(across from the Richard D. Wood Pediatric Ambulatory Care Center)
There will be free parking in the High Rise garage. Turn right off Civic Center Blvd. into Osler Circle, continue past the Wood Center parking attendant, and turn left at Curie Blvd. You will see the entrance to the High Rise garage on your left. Please bring your parking ticket to the event for validation.
The story of our Center is really all of your stories combined. In this year’s reunion video, we are telling the “Story of our Center” — and we need your help to tell that story!
If you’re interested in participating, please send us the following:
Everyone who comes to our Center has something in common, but you all have unique experiences, and we want to know your story! Collectively, the experience of every individual family is an important chapter in the story of the Center.
Videos and photos can be emailed to Jen Rizzio. Deadline for submission is June 7.
We're also looking for photos to include in a memory collage we create each year to represent all of the children treated at the Center. Please send a digital photo (Jpeg or tif format) of your child to Jen Rizzio by June 7. Be sure to include your child's name and diagnosis in the email.
Updated February 2014