A nurse educator in CHOC’s therapeutic apheresis department, Tami discusses what it means to be a defender of childhood and more in the latest installment of our Defender Profiles
Courtney Toney, a CHOC cancer patient and now employee, reflects on the significance of the health system’s annual Oncology Ball.
Defender Profile: Eric Mammen, creative arts supervisor of The Cherese Mari Laulhere Child Life Department
After starting at CHOC 15 years ago as a part-time music therapist, Eric is now CHOC’s creative arts supervisor.
CHOC has been personally and professionally transformative for Jeff, who joined CHOC’s mighty brigade after his daughter’s cancer treatment.
“It’s very scary to lose your eyesight. But it doesn’t change much of anything. Your life doesn’t stop. You can still live an incredibly full life,” volunteer Paul told patient Charlie.
In honor of Autism Awareness Month, a CHOC expert explains four truths about autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and advocates for acceptance.