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UVA Pediatric Orthopedist Leigh Ann Lather, MD on preventing and treating broken bones: https://t.co/6gYt70wrQK @uvahealthnews

Good times at the West Main Touch-A-Truck! Thank you to @uva_childlife for their help organizing and for letting us steal this photo... #uvachildrenshospital #UVA #cville

We had so much fun at the West Main Touch-a-Truck yesterday. Thank you to all who came and made this a great community event!

Child life specialists help kids understand what their hospital stays will look and feel like https://t.co/T231SMpok6 #uvachildrens @NBC29

After a great deal of hard work and effort to improve our practices, the NICU and the UVA Children's Hospital was awarded the Cribs for Kids National Safe Sleep Certification Program's Gold Award! UVA is now one of only 2 hospitals in the Commonwealth to achieve certification! http://www.cribsforkids.org/hospitalinitiative/nationalcertifiedhospitals/

The West Main Touch-a-Truck is Saturday! Includes Quiet Hour for kids with sensory sensitivities… https://t.co/UMXdLUggUo

Ask the Expert: What is a Sensory Sensitivity, and How Does It Affect Children?

Stephanie Surgener and Bailey Trevillyan, certified child life specialists at UVA Children’s Hospital, discuss sensory sensitivity in children. Click the Daily Progress logo to read more.

Students involved with Toy Like Me at Roanoke College gave kids with medical conditions, including 4-year-old Taylor, dolls and stuffed animals that look more like them.