Variety – the Children’s Charity announced today the organization will gift $1 million to ChildServe’s Forward Together campaign.
ChildServe presented Senator Chuck Grassley with the prestigious “Spirit of ChildServe” award in recognition of his advocacy for children with special healthcare needs.
Legacy Grant will help fund ChildServe’s $10 Million Forward Together Campaign
ChildServe recently named Variety – the Children’s Charity and Peggy Fisher and Larry Stelter as ChildServe Champions.
Over $32,000 raised to Support Summer Fun for Kids with Special Healthcare Needs!
ChildServe, a pediatric specialty healthcare organization that serves more than 4,500 children in Iowa each year, just announced a $10 million fundraising effort to address growing and unmet needs.
ChildServe’s 2019 Bubble Ball stunned from start to finish as over 90 local designers brought the “Musical Mashup” theme to life through their musical inspired bubble wrap creations.
The DAISY Award celebrates the skillful, compassionate care nurses provide every day. Check out the 2018 winners.
Learn how to support the AAC users in your life.
Steve Bailey, (standing behind the flag), is pictured here with his platoon in the 1970s. While he’s called Iowa home for many years, Steve Bailey, environmental services manager at ChildServe, traveled across the world during his years in the military. After...
The Des Moines Register recently named ChildServe #13 on the list of 2018 Top Workplaces in Iowa.
Teri Wahlig, M.D. and David McKenzie bring decades of experience to their new positions.
We had a blast supporting ChildServe’s adaptive summer programming! Check out our highlight video to see for yourself.
From giant comic books and superheroes, to Scooby-Doo, the Minions, and Charlie Brown, Bubble Ball 2018 popped with outstanding bubble wrap creations.
After more than 25 years serving as President/CEO of ChildServe, Lloyd VanderKwaak will retire on June 30, 2018. Teri Wahlig, MD will become ChildServe’s next CEO and David McKenzie will serve as President/COO.
The Iowa City Area Chamber of Commerce recently named ChildServe the Non-profit of the Year.
A course by Mary Massery, PT, DPT, DSc and Faculty
This course will challenge the practitioner to make a paradigm shift: connecting breathing mechanics and postural control with management of trunk pressures. Through her model of postural control (Soda Pop Can Model), the speaker will link breathing mechanics with motor and physiologic behaviors (a multi-system perspective).
The Des Moines Register recently named ChildServe to the list of Iowa’s Top Workplaces 2017. ChildServe was ranked #9, making 2017 the fourth year in a row that ChildServe has been named to the top 15 large employers in the state.
ChildServe team members in Eastern Iowa are now under one roof at 2350 Oakdale Blvd., Coralville, IA 52241.
Concussions and brain injuries turn life upside down. How does ChildServe help?
ChildServe Childcare Centers in Johnston and Ames celebrate successful results after testing from State of Iowa’s Quality Rating System.
Runners and walkers alike enjoyed a fresh breeze as they navigated the 5k course in the Johnston neighborhoods just north of ChildServe’s campus.
ChildServe nurses make an amazing difference in the lives of children, young adults, and families across Iowa. Individually, nurses can transform the lives of those they help support. For the Dearinger family, ChildServe nurse Pat Rice-Larimer has done just that.
The poptastic event has raised $1,000,000 for kids with special healthcare needs since it’s inaugural event in 2011. Check out this year’s amazing creations to see how designers brought art to life!
Lace up your running shoes to help us make a difference for kids and young adults with special healthcare needs!
Progress on ChildServe’s newest group home continues as the summer opening approaches.
ChildServe recently partnered with Drake University to celebrate the accomplishments of four children with difficult health conditions.
ChildServe improves the health and well-being of more than 4,500 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.