Carl Albert Girls Basketball Team Visits Pediatric Hospital

Carl Albert Girls Basketball Team Visits Pediatric Hospital

The Carl Albert High School girls basketball team spent time off the court visiting patients at The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital. The team toured the Hospital and volunteered with patients in both the Hospital’s Complex Care and Pediatric Medical Rehabilitation Unit (PMRU). The PMRU is Oklahoma’s only inpatient pediatric rehabilitation unit, serving patients from birth […]

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A Passion for Giving Back

A Passion for Giving Back

Most days of the week you can find Jackson Reber driving the Oklahoma City Thunder, Rolling Thunder Book Bus. The book bus is designed to promote reading and literacy across the state. Jackson visits schools and organizations passing out free books to those who participate. In Jackson’s free time he volunteers at The Children’s Center […]

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Teen Leadership Board

Teen Leadership Board

The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital recently elected officers to their 2018-2019 Teen Leadership Board. The board aims to further connect high school students with the Hospital’s mission and provide opportunities for members to learn, grow and give. All board members have successfully completed the VOLUME Summer Program. VOLUME is a seven-week program designed for high […]

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VOLUME Summer Program 2018

VOLUME Summer Program 2018

The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital is proud to welcome this year’s high school students participating in the VOLUME (Volunteer, Observe, Learn, Unify, Mentor, Explore) Summer Program. This program is focused on providing teenagers insight into the medical, rehabilitative and educational services offered at the Hospital. The VOLUME Summer Program provides hands-on learning experience to high […]

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Giving Back to Make a Difference

Giving Back to Make a Difference

Volunteers at The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital are a vital resource to the staff and patient’s. They help in classrooms, read bedside to patients, and most importantly provide comfort and companionship. They have their own reason for volunteering. Some have personal connections to the Hospital while others are looking to give back. Tom Adkins was […]

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