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The Champlin Foundation has generously awarded Hasbro Children’s Hospital a grant of $750,000 to the Every Child, Every Day campaign. This funding will specifically support renovations to surgical services and the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.
Billy Andrade-Brad Faxon Charities for Children have just awarded Hasbro Children’s Hospital a $9,958 grant to provide healing arts programming (including restorative yoga and dance/movement instruction) for children in our Medical-Psychiatric Program’s inpatient unit and Partial Hospital Program.
The Joy in Childhood Foundation has awarded Hasbro Children’s Hospital a grant of $15,000 to support the Jumping for Joy program. This funding will allow pediatric patients at our Cystic Fibrosis Care Center to participate in sustained, year-round physical activities, which will improve patients’ aerobic fitness and contribute to a reduction in physical and functional impairment.
The Edward J. and Virginia M. Routhier Foundation has awarded Hasbro Children’s Hospital a $75,000 grant to support renovations to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and ambulatory clinic as part of the Every Child, Every Day Campaign.
The Joy in Childhood Foundation’s Dogs for Joy program has awarded Hasbro Children’s Hospital a $17,500 grant to support our two full-time, in-residence therapy dogs, Cali and Nemo. Cali works with Dr. Christine Barron in a first-of-its-kind partnership between Hasbro Children’s Hospital and Cranston Police to help children who are abused or who have gone through trauma. Nemo works with Tara Brown on the pediatric pain and palliative care team and is trained to see the signs of a patient or family in need and to ease their pain.
The Telemachus & Irene Demoulas Family Foundation has awarded Hasbro Children’s Hospital a $25,000 grant to support the ongoing transformation on the hospital’s second floor. This funding will support renovations to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and the pediatric surgical services area.
The Shriners of Rhode Island Charities Trust has awarded Hasbro Children’s Hospital a $40,000 grant to support renovations to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and surgical services area. This funding will support critical renovations now underway on Hasbro Children’s Hospital’s second floor, which will assist us in creating advanced healing environments and medical spaces to support the needs of our patients and the expertise of our staff.
Hasbro Children’s Hospital was recently awarded a grant of $11,661 from the Emilie Luiza Borda Charitable Fund for the TB Clinic.
Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island has awarded Hasbro Children’s Hospital a grant of $50,000 to support a project – Give Me a Boost! – a pediatric primary care program designed to increase proper child restraint use.
Kohl’s Cares has awarded a Hasbro Children’s Hospital a two-year grant totaling $110,000 to support family-based treatment for adolescent eating disorders. This funding will help expand treatment offerings and build sustainable capacity for our established group- and home-based treatment options by training and supervising hospital staff and graduate trainees.
Hasbro Children’s Division of Pediatric Pulmonology received a grant of $8,000 from the Vigneron Memorial Fund in support of the Ventilator Integration Program (VIP). The VIP provides services to children that require either invasive or noninvasive ventilation. For many of our VIP families, affording certain equipment and supplies that they always need to have with them for safe care is a financial burden as these items are not covered by insurance. This grant allow us to provide these to each child when they start services and help replace equipment for others in the program as needed.
The Rhode Island Foundation’s Special Medical Funds program has awarded Hasbro Children’s Hospital a $35,000 grant to support mental health care for cystic fibrosis patients and caregivers. With improvements in cystic fibrosis diagnosis and treatment that have helped patients live longer than ever before, we have seen the number of patients and families needing mental health support rise dramatically. The funding will enable us to better address the growing mental health needs of cystic fibrosis patients and their caregivers.
The Tomorrow Fund has awarded a grant of $152,247 to support the salaries of key staff members in the Tomorrow Fund Clinic for fiscal year 2019.
Andrade-Faxon Charities for Children has awarded a grant of $10,000 to Hasbro Children’s Hospital to support the Fostering Health Program. This grant will help provide care coordination to the more than 300 children who are enrolled in the program. The Fostering Health Program at Hasbro Children’s Hospital is the only practice in Rhode Island that provides comprehensive, coordinated medical and behavioral health care specifically to children who are in foster care, at-risk, and post-reunification or adoption.
The Edward J. and Virginia M. Routhier Foundation has awarded a grant of $75,000 to Hasbro Children’s Hospital for renovations to the pediatric surgical services area. As part of the Every Child, Every Day campaign, these renovations will transform our surgical services area on the second floor to reflect our focus on high quality patient- and family-centered care.
The Tomorrow Fund has pledged a grant of $500,000 to the Every Child, Every Day campaign to support a project to create and furnish a six-bay infusion suite with nurses’ station and a consult room in space behind the Tomorrow Fund Clinic. The expanded clinic footprint will help us meet the growing demand for infusion services and ensure that we provide the best care possible for the children and families who rely on us for cancer care.
Hasbro Children’s Hospital was awarded a grant of $12,000 from the Vigneron Memorial Fund to purchase instrumentation for assessing and treating pediatric eye diseases and disorders in the pediatric ophthalmology clinic.
The Emilie Luiza Borda Charitable Fund awarded a grant of $11,578 in support of the TB Clinic at Hasbro Children’s Hospital. This funding helps us to provide our patients with exceptional care as well as give them the resources they need to better care for themselves and their families while undergoing treatment.
The Shriners of Rhode Island Charities Trust has awarded a grant of $100,000 to support a project to revitalize and transform the Hasbro Children’s Hospital Healing Garden. This initiative will ensure that the thousands of children and families we serve, as well as visitors and staff, will have access to a welcoming, healing and nurturing outdoor space.
Hasbro Children’s Hospital has been awarded a $55,000 grant from the Rhode Island Foundation’s RIGHA program for the PediBridge Clinic, which will address the growing mental and behavioral health needs of patients arriving at our pediatric Emergency Department.
Hasbro Children’s Hospital was recently awarded two grants to the Every Child, Every Day campaign totaling $1 million: $750,000 from the van Beuren Charitable Foundation, specifically for Pediatric Intensive Care Unit renovations/improvements, and $250,000 from the Champlin Foundation for renovations to inpatient floors.
For the fourth consecutive year, One Mission Foundation has awarded a grant of $25,000 to continue a program of healing arts and activities dedicated to the pediatric oncology and hematology center. The “One Mission Artist in Residence Program” in the Tomorrow Fund Clinic is designed to lift the spirits of children and families fighting cancer.
The John R. McCune Charitable Trust has awarded a grant of $40,000 to the Every Child, Every Day campaign to support renovations at Hasbro Children’s Hospital. The Trust also awarded an additional grant of $10,000 which will be directed to the hospital’s Child Protection Program.
Rhode Island Foundation awards $61,000 grant for pilot program
In July, the Rhode Island Foundation awarded the Pediatric (Pedi) Heart Center at Hasbro Children’s Hospital a $61,000 grant to implement a pilot program for adolescents with congenital heart disease (CHD). The program will assist patients and their families in transitioning from pediatric to adult care. Hasbro Children’s Hospital is Rhode Island’s only medical facility dedicated to pediatric care and is the largest children’s hospital between Boston and New York City. Ninety-five percent of Rhode Island’s pediatric cardiac patients – more than 3,000 children – are treated at the Pediatric Heart Center.
In recent years, medical science has made huge strides in extending the lives of children with chronic illnesses like CHD. However, patients with CHD require lifelong cardiac care. As a result, the need for a program that gives young people the tools to move from pediatric to adult care has grown exponentially. Thanks to the Rhode Island Foundation grant, Hasbro Children’s Hospital’s Pediatric Heart Center Transition Program was established and strives to become the model for chronic illness care programs of the future.
The core component of the program is shared medical appointments (SMAs). The 90-minute SMAs are held monthly for eligible patients between the ages of 12 and 23. Participants receive medical exams along with education and peer support. Concurrently, a parents group offers information on how to facilitate the child’s transition. An interdisciplinary team including a pediatric nurse practitioner, social worker, nurse, psychologist, and medical assistant provides evaluation and care before and after the SMA. At the end of the SMA, patients create a personal transition goal. Three months later, participants return for a follow up evaluation and meet with a social worker to review progress. After transferring to adult care at the Lifespan Cardiovascular Institute, a transition coordinator continues to guide adolescent patients with coaching, outreach, resources, and support.
At the completion of the pilot program, the Pedi Center will create a training manual for distribution and future use.