Parents adopting children internationally often seek counseling about medical, developmental and emotional issues common in these children. They can find answers from CHOP's International Adoption Health Program.
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Loraine and Roxanna Schlimm donated a significant gift to renovate the old chapel into the Schlimm Center for Prayer and Reflection, a multicultural sacred space for any faith in times of great need.
Thanks to a generous $1 million commitment from Bill and Jeanne Wurster, dozens of parents and children gather daily in the Bill and Jeanne Wurster Asthma Education Room to learn about asthma and what they can do to help control it.
Madeline, a healthy girl at 9, had a heart operation at CHOP at 5 days old. Her parents and grandfather donate to CHOP to fund research for cardiac care.
Laila Kramer was 8 years old when her family learned she was born with heterotaxy syndrome, a rare birth defect where many of her internal organs are reversed from their normal positions. When she contracted a serious liver infection, she got help from CHOP experts.
Diagnosed with sickle cell disease before she was even born, Naomi is thriving today thanks to the care and support from her team at CHOP's Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center.