Johns Hopkins All Children's Foundation


Fire Prevention Week Focuses on Safe Escape

Posted on October 08, 2019
Fire Prevention Week is Oct. 6-12. Organizations throughout the country are banding together to remind parents and children about important fire safety tips.

Sickle Cell Is No Match for Warrior Mom

Posted on October 04, 2019
A mom of two boys with sickle cell disease fights for a better life for her sons.

Findings in Muscle Regeneration Study Broaden Researchers’ Understanding of Tissue Repair

Posted on October 02, 2019
Researchers at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital identified a pathway that plays an integral role in the way the body repairs itself after sustaining muscle damage.

Through Teamwork, Sickle Cell Disease Strikes Out

Posted on September 24, 2019
Joao is thriving after a bone marrow transplant to treat his sickle cell disease.

How Logan Tackled Leukemia

Posted on September 18, 2019
Logan’s dream of playing football was almost sidelined by a leukemia diagnosis, but with the help of his football team’s motivation and the Cancer & Blood Disorders Institute, he’s back on the field.

Pediatric Brain Symposium Brings a Range of Expertise

Posted on September 17, 2019
The inaugural Pediatric Brain Symposium offers a unique approach to focusing on the pediatric brain through a multidisciplinary lens.

Family Advisory Council Making A Difference

Posted on September 12, 2019
The Family Advisory Council is devoted to helping make the patient and family experience at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital as good as it could possibly be.

Growing Up with Sickle Cell Disease

Posted on September 11, 2019
Desmond was born with sickle cell anemia. After suffering a stroke at 4 years old, he and his family found Johns Hopkins All Children’s Sickle Cell Program and began a near life-long relationship with the hospital.

Researchers at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Seek to Adapt Adult Treatments to Fight Pediatric Cancers

Posted on September 06, 2019
Pediatric hematology-oncology specialist Jonathan Metts, M.D., and his team research innovative, curative therapies for pediatric cancer patients.

Prescription Robotics

Posted on September 05, 2019
After his son was diagnosed with leukemia, Rob wanted to give back to Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. He now volunteers teaching robotics to patients and families.

Taking an Active Approach to Pain Management

Posted on September 04, 2019
When leg casts and physical therapy couldn’t help Rebecca recover from pain from an injured ankle, her parents turned to the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Pain Management Clinic.

Is Your Family Storm Ready?

Posted on August 30, 2019
With hurricane season in swing, it’s important to prepare your family for a severe weather emergency. Get tips on how to plan and prepare for a hurricane.

What You Should Know about Kids’ Head Injuries

Posted on August 28, 2019
Head injuries in children vary widely in mechanism and severity. The experts at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital give insight on what you should know about head injuries in children and when to see an expert.

A Boat Anchor Punctures His Skull, Now Caleb is the “Anchorman”

Posted on August 22, 2019
In a freak boating accident, Caleb was struck in the head by an anchor that penetrated his skull. Now Caleb is back to his old self and doing what he loves, fishing and boating.

A Long-distance Volunteer

Posted on August 21, 2019
The Student Summer Volunteer Program at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital allows high school and college students like Jack Johnson gain valuable experience in a hospital setting.

Amazing Gracie

Posted on August 20, 2019
When Gracie’s fleeting neck pain made for a difficult diagnosis, her pediatrician referred her to Johns Hopkins All Children’s where she was diagnosed with a brain tumor and her journey to recovery began.

Dr. John Morrison Exemplifies the Fruits of Graduate Medical Education

Posted on August 15, 2019
John Morrison, M.D., Ph.D., is building a strong foundation as a hospitalist at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital and has already racked up some impressive achievements at the hospital where he spent his pediatric residency and hospitalist fellowship.

Are Electric Scooters Safe?

Posted on August 08, 2019
Under a pilot program that started May 25, Tampa’s city staff have logged more than 230,000 scooter rides. Gov. Ron DeSantis signed legislation in June that makes e-scooters legal for use on streets and bike paths throughout the state.

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Receives ANCC Magnet Designation

Posted on July 29, 2019
The American Nurses Credentialing Center recognizes nursing excellence at Johns Hopkins All Children’s with this prestigious designation.

Helping Patients Keep Up in Class

Posted on July 23, 2019
Patient Academic Services at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital keeps patients and siblings engaged academically through the duration of their admission and beyond.

Why Your Child Needs the Meningitis B Vaccine Before College

Posted on July 16, 2019
If you are a college-age student or the parent of one, it is critical that you educate yourself on the risks of meningitis B and discuss receiving the vaccination with your doctor.

Could Your Healthy-Weight Child Be at Risk for Obesity?

Posted on July 03, 2019
A recent study by researchers at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital shows that when it comes to counseling for weight management, pediatricians and parents may be neglecting healthy-weight kids.

13 Reasons Why Tie to Suicide Rate Is Complicated, Study Finds

Posted on July 03, 2019
Experts at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital give insight into teen suicide and offer tips on how to recognize warning signs.

Hope For Amalia

Posted on June 27, 2019
Amalia, 9, battled cancer most of her young life, until a new therapy began to change her odds. Johns Hopkins All Children’s was the first certified pediatric treatment center in Florida to offer CAR-T therapy, and Amalia was the first patient.

Free to Fly

Posted on June 26, 2019
Nick, P.T.A at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, finds motivation in helping kids reach their full potential, including his own son, 12-year-old Isaac.

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