TK News and Stories

27th Annual “One More from the Heart” Biker Run

On Sunday, November 12th, the sound of revving motorcycles could be heard at Totally Kids as hundreds of bikers gathered for the 27th Annual “One More from the Heart” Biker Run Throughout the year, different motorcycle clubs fundraised for our residents. They then travel from all over Southern California to meet and donate gifts to…

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Haircuts

Twice a month, Leslie our hairstylist, comes to Totally Kids to cut our resident’s hair.  Each resident can look at themselves before and after their haircut to see the difference it makes in their appearance. After seeing their new look many residents smile while looking in the mirror. A few of our younger residents start…

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Totally Kids Patients Get Much Better…Quicker!

Third-party data indicates that, on the average, patients at Totally Kids® Rehabilitation Hospital achieve more therapy-related progress, in less time, than patients at other rehabilitation facilities. This is good news for patients since it allows them to go back to their homes and schools quicker, and in that process, rejoin a portion of the lives…

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EKSO Bionics Exoskeleton at TK

Blending Love and Compassion with Technology The underlying current that guides everything we do at Totally Kids Rehabilitation Hospital is the love and compassion we have for our patients and our commitment to offering them the very best possible care we can offer. That love and commitment propels us to continuously explore ways to broaden…

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Family Engagement

The first meaningful relationship a child forms is with their family. That is why Early Childhood Education and Child Development strongly focuses on engaging families in their child’s development. Families that are involved in their child’s learning improve their child’s cognition, language, and social-emotional development. Families help improve the quality of care their child receive….

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Family Council

Too often people think there is nothing they can do to improve a situation or make a change. They think that because they are only one person they can’t make a difference. However, it is when many people come together that a lot can be accomplished! This idea is at the heart of the Family Council…

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A Day at Disneyland

Our recent trip to Disneyland gave our residents a day to enjoy the magic that is most magical place on earth! Being able to take them to Disneyland provided them with an opportunity to grow and develop. Every child’s experience and reactions are different, but overall their happiness is the same. Adrianna is one of…

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The Flusher Family & KidShip

KidShip is different from other day care programs.  We bring together children of all abilities.  Children with medical conditions such as technology dependency, children with developmental delay, and children without disabilities all play and learn together. Meet the Flusher Family and their little boy Logan. Our little miracle boy Logan James Flusher was born full term on September…

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Goodbye Nick!

After being hit by a truck and in a coma for close to a month, Nick Tusant inspired us all by meeting each of his therapy goals and being discharged from our acute rehabilitation hospital. He went home to continue his recovery and to being the funny kid he was before his accident. On August…

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All About Biofeedback

When people hear the word Biofeedback they often do not know what it is. The word Bio means body, which translates as body feedback. The buzzwords often associated with Biofeedback are Trauma, Anxiety, Pain Management, Injury Recovery, Mind Body Connection, Self Regulation and Relaxation Response. Did you know that the US Olympic Team is required…

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