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The milestones have been plentiful for two-year-old previously conjoined twins, Jadon and Anias McDonald, and on September 2, they added a new one to their growing list... going home. Admitted to Blythedale’s Infant and Toddler …READ MORE >>
Daredevil Drops By Blythedale
On November 6th, for the second-straight year, Blythedale Children’s Hospital welcomed Charlie Cox, the man behind the red, horned mask and title character in the Netflix series “Marvel’s Daredevil”. The British-born a …
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Artistry Dance Project Steps Up for Blythedale
On Saturday, December 2nd, dancers from Artistry Dance Project (ADP) in Pleasantville will perform their 2nd annual Holiday Show to benefit Blythedale Children’s Hospital. Last year, the show raised $40,000 for the Hospital. “The …
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Assistive Technology Keeps Nick on Top of his Game
17-year-old Nicholas has not let his diagnosed athetoid cerebral palsy and seizure disorder hold him back. The Ossining tenth-grader is an avid athlete who enjoys baseball, swimming and yoga; however, increased communication and academic demands …
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Furry friends help kids at Valhalla children’s hospital tackle their ABCsopens in new window
Mt. Pleasant Blythedale School offers ‘Reading with Rover’ therapy dog program to young patients throughout the year
Neurology Today Conference Reporter: CNS Annual Meetingopens in new window
KANSAS CITY, MO—Some children with anti-N-methyl-D-aspartate (anti-NMDA) receptor encephalitis remain impaired even after months of intensive rehabilitation, according to an analysis of patients who were admitted to a rehabilitation hospital in New York state.
The Formerly Conjoined McDonald Twins' Amazing Journey Homeopens in new window
Valhalla, New York (CNN) Nicole and Christian McDonald entered their boys' hospital room for a final time. In a corner room of Blythedale Children's Hospital in Valhalla, New York, Jadon and Anias had recovered for the past nine months of extensive rehabilitation after the surgery to separate the formerly conjoined twins.
School Starts for Some Valhalla Studentsopens in new window
It's the first day back to school for students at Mt. Pleasant Blythedale School, a Westchester County school where educators teach kids who are being treated at the Blythedale Children's Hospital.
NY Teen Fights to Walk Again After Double-Amputationopens in new window
NEW YORK (FOX 5 NEWS) - A 14-year-old girl is proving hard work and determination can go a long way. Tasnim Rahman lost both her legs below the knee to a rare bacterial infection. But she is not letting that stop her.