We know that getting vaccinated is an important step to keeping each other safe from COVID-19. Still thinking about it? Here’s what kids want you to know.
Seventeen-year-old Sally was born with congenital hip dysplasia. Further diagnosed with a severe form of hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Sally demonstrates ambition and drive as she continues to kick goals in both the academic and sporting fields.
It may be the most exciting day of the year for Melbourne’s many footy fans, but unfortunately Grand Final day is also one of the busiest days for family violence workers.
While the warmer days of spring often mean more outdoor play for children, it can also signal a time when allergies run rampant.
The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) is proud to welcome Ms Bernadette McDonald as our new Chief Executive Officer.
The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged all of us, including our kids. Click through for a range of helpful resources to help support your child’s mental health.
If you hear the sound of bells on the second floor of the RCH, it may be one of our oncology patients in Kookaburra, ringing the ‘celebration bell’ to signify the end of their cancer treatment.
Today is Wear it Purple Day, an annual LGBTQI+ awareness day to celebrate diversity, especially for young people. We spoke to Donna Eade, one of our #ChampionsforChildren, who works in our Gender Service about why Wear it Purple Day is a simple yet powerful way to show support for LGBTIQ+ young people.
Eight-year-old Brooklyn has been a patient of the RCH’s since was born. Despite being legally blind, Brooklyn is still an avid reader who hasn’t let her vision stand in the way of her love for reading.
Every Australian wants their home to be a safe and enjoyable place says Dr Warwick Teague. Yet every month, as Director of the Trauma Service at The Royal Children’s hospital in Melbourne, he sees a child admitted as a result of toppling furniture in the home.