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WVU Medicine Children’s Launches School Intervention Program


When a child is hospitalized, what he or she considers “normal” – going to school, participating in extracurricular activities, daily routines– is disrupted.  For children who are admitted for extended stays at WVU Medicine Children’s, a new School Intervention Program is available to keep them on track, so they can return to their classrooms without missing a beat.

Funding for the School Intervention Program is being provided by Credit Unions for Kids, a nonprofit collaboration of credit unions across the country engaged in fundraising activities to benefit Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

For the full press release click on the link.