ChildServe knows kids, and we know specialty healthcare.

Our team of experts helps identify and meet the unique needs of children with developmental delays, disabilities, injuries and other special healthcare needs.

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Bennett’s Story

As an infant, Bennett spent 5 months in the NICU and underwent 12 operations. He’s been overcoming obstacles and proving just how strong he is ever since!

Jordyn’s Story

Five years ago, Brandi Wright and Mike Williams moved their daughter Jordyn into ChildServe’s Long-Term Care program

Vincent’s Story

When Vincent began attending Autism Day Health a year and a half ago, he was a totally different child. His parents Grant and Jennifer watched Vincent’s life change for the better once he started receiving support from the experts at ChildServe.

Alex’s Story

When their son Alex was born with medical complications, Katie and Ryan felt overwhelmed. With support from Homecare nursing, their whole family found ways to move forward together.

Lila’s Story

Jeremiah nervously walked the grounds at Blank Children’s Hospital, deep in thought about what the future held. His 8-year-old daughter Lila had been hit by a drunk driver. Even though her injuries were serious, he refused to be bitter or hateful.

Micah’s Story

When their son Micah was born, Laura and Matt knew he was a big miracle with a big purpose. Born prematurely at 23 weeks, Micah faced feeding challenges, muscle weakness and poor coordination.

Aim’s Story

Our attitude is the one thing in life we can always control, but it’s easier said than done. Despite being young and living through some tough situations, 19-year-old Aim has already mastered the skill of facing life with a smile.

Paige’s Story

Having the right support can turn life’s challenges into opportunities to grow. With the help of her parents and multiple services at ChildServe, four-year-old Paige has done just that.

Freya’s Story

Less than 100 people worldwide have the genetic condition called Bainbridge-Ropers Syndrome. Five-year-old Freya is one of them.

Camden’s Story

Camden was born completely deaf. He first began to interact with the world of sound as a 13-month-old, after he underwent surgery to receive cochlear implants in both ears. Camden’s parents brought him to ChildServe to partner with a team of experts who could help him make the most of his cochlear implants.

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ChildServe improves the health and well-being of more than 4,600 children each year through specialized clinical, home, and community-based programs and services. We serve children with developmental delays, disabilities, acquired injuries, and other special healthcare needs.

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