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"Dancing With The Stars" professional ballroom dancer Val Chmerkovskiy takes part in a dance movement therapy session at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles with patient Josalin Escorcia, 6.

Hollywood Foreign Press Association Helps CHLA Heal Patients Through The Arts

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) is continuing its support for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles with its second $25,000 grant to drive collaboration between the entertainment community and the hospital’s Mark Taper-Johnny Mercer Artists Program. Led by  arts therapists and partners in the community, program uses music, dance, drama and other arts to address the physical and emotional challenges faced by hospitalized infants, children, teens and young adults. 4:42 pm Read More

Nancy Lee Joins CHLA As New VP, To Oversee Clinical Services, Operations

Nancy Lee In her new role at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, Lee will oversee all clinical services and operations including inpatient and outpatient nursing, clinical laboratory and anatomic pathology, pharmacy, radiology, rehabilitation services, occupational, physical and speech therapy, audiology, respiratory therapy, social work, spiritual care services, language and cultural services, nutrition, clinical education and professional development, patient and family education and diversity services.   6:32 pm Read More

Trying It On For Size

JAnNoah CHLA's CATCH Program, along with former major league baseball pitcher Jim Abbott, shows children with hand and upper limb differences (such as having a weak arm, missing fingers or missing an arm) that "anything is possible." 4:41 pm Read More

Beverly Hills News – Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Unleashes Fun With Inaugural Dog Therapy Appreciation Day

Twenty dogs gathered for a “pawty” when Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) declared Monday Dog Therapy Appreciation Day to celebrate a milestone. The hospital’s Amerman Family Foundation Dog Therapy Program marked a first by providing 365 consecutive days of dog therapy to CHLA patients, families and staff.  The last day without a therapy dog on the CHLA campus was April 10, 2015. 6:56 pm Read More