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Q with Angela Brennecke, a Child Life Specialist in the Riley Hospital for Children Newborn ICU


Every year, Carmel High School has a Dance Marathon to raise money for Riley Children's Hospital. I'm reaching out to all of you to help everyone at Riley. Any money you donate will go straight to Riley Hospital for Children to improve care and save lives. Just click on the picture to make a donation. Every little bit helps. Then, please pass this on to anyone else who you think may want to help this cause. Thank you!


PHOTO TOUR: Riley Hospital for Children | Healthcare Design --- The heart center flexes to meet patient needs (i.e., more room for CICU, cardiac medical/surgical, PICU—all based on need). Photo: Susan Fleck


EAT MOR CHICKEN, RAISE MOR MONEY: On Feb. 20 sophomore Henry Curts sells Chick-fil-a breakfast sandwiches to students during the late start. All proceeds will go to the Carmel Dance Marathon, which raises money for Riley Hospital for Children. KATHLEEN BERTSCH / PHOTO


Webster Supports Riley Hospital for Children Webster Elementary students and staff raised $700 for Riley Hospital for Children by wearing their pajamas and slippers to school on Friday March 25th! #PCSCweCARE #PCSCWebster @IU_Health University Health


My Burn Journey is an app developed by The Burn Center at Riley Hospital for Children and the Child Life Program to "help children learn about bandage changes and the operating room (OR) experience."


Introducing the Riley Charm! A portion of all sales will benefit the Child Life Program at Riley Hospital for Children. Due to the fact that this is benefitting Riley Hospital, all sales on this product are final. Standard delivery time is 7-10 business days for in stock orders and 30 days for out of stock orders.


Meet members of the Riley Child Life and Social Work team! Donors fund 75 percent of Child Life and 25 percent of Social Work services at Riley Hospital. #Gi...

PHOTO TOUR: Riley Hospital for Children | Healthcare Design --- Postpartum moms and their families needed comfortable chairs and sleepers in the NICU. Moms and families who sleep in the rooms gave input on different types of furniture. Private rooms have not only reduced stress for families, but also minimized stress on the staff. Photo: Craig Dugan