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  • Donation Wish List
    Not Accept Food or candy Books and toys with violent themes such as guns swords military theme toy with guns Latex balloons Video games that are not an E or T rating Movies that are rated R Stuffed animals due to dust and infection control Please Keep in Mind Items should not be gift wrapped Items should not be used We collect donations year round An in kind donation is considered a charity donation so it CAN be used as a tax deduction Items We Would LOVE for You to Donate Infant Toddler Wish list Pop up toys Crib mirrors plastic Musical toys See n Say Rattles in original wrapping Mobiles Sassy Infantino Board books Sound books Infant Lullaby CD s Baby Einstein DVDs Push n pull toys Light up toys Teething toys in packaging Infant DVD s Fisher Price Peaceful Planet Lights and Sounds Aquarium Tactile toys Sound machines Preschool School Age Wish List Hot Wheels Fisher Price People Fisher Price Farm Garage Castle etc Fisher Price Medical Kits Etch a Sketch Magna Doodle Duplo Blocks Play food dishes tea sets Dollhouse People Tool kits plastic Plastic animal and dinosaurs Superhero Princess action figures Rescue Heroes toys Mr Mrs Potato Head Culturally diverse dolls Plastic shape sorters Plastic trucks Sesame Street character toys Doc McStuffin toys Musical books I Spy books Nerf balls K Nex Thomas the Train toys Disney Princess dolls Dora Diego Books Toys Toy musical instruments Melissa and Doug items Teen Wish List Model cars snap together Headphones Journals blank Music CDs Hand held electronic games Gift cards Target Wal Mart Best Buy ITunes Amazon Starbucks In N Out McDonalds Rubik s Cube Nail polish kits Bath lotion sets Craft kits Electronics GAMES SHOULD BE RATED E or T Nintendo Wii Nintendo Wii games Play Station

    Original URL path: http://www.rchsd.org/programs-services/child-life-services/donation-wish-list/ (2015-03-26)
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  • Team
    has extensive clinical skills for treating children up to age 18 in multidisciplinary clinics and community settings Stacey Bartletti C3 Developmental Specialist in North Coastal region Kelly Bondesson C3 Speech Language Pathologist in the North Coastal and and North Central regions Xochilt Castillo C3 Developmental Service Aide in the North Coastal region has worked for C3 s Developmental team since October 2008 She has spent much of her time working directly with clinicians assessment specialists and families providing support during treatment classes Prior to joining C3 she attended Cal State Fullerton and contracted with MAAC Project Head Start to provide Early Head Start and Head Start services for children ages 6 weeks to kindergarten entry In her current role she enjoys applying her knowledge of early childhood development while supporting the needs of staff and families She plans to pursue educational training in a healthcare career Kerry Gates C3 Occupational Therapist in the North Coastal region Irene Hernandez C3 Research Administrative Support in the North Coastal region has two associate s degrees from Palomar College in accounting and general studies She provides administrative and clerical support by processing maintaining and supporting overall responsibilities related to departmental functions and systems Therese Kandam C3 Speech Language Pathologist in the North Coastal region Maggie Kershaw C3 Behavior Specialist in the North Coastal region has two master s degrees one in social work from Loyola University and the other in child development from the Erikson Institute She provides one on one parenting consultations and parent education groups Donna Marmolejo C3 Physical Therapist in the North Coastal region earned her doctorate from Loma Linda University Donna works with children from birth to age 21 who have a wide range of diagnoses She performs diagnostic and prognostic exams to evaluate muscle joint nerve balance transfers motor control mobility gait endurance and overall functional activities She also provides services through C3 to provide physical therapy consults and treatment sessions to children from birth to age 5 Angie Matias C3 Developmental Services Aide in the North Coastal region Esperanza Morales C3 Assessment Specialist in the North Coastal region has a bachelor s degree in history from California State University San Marcos and a bilingual cross cultural language and academic development certification and single subject teaching credential She provides development assessments and treatment for children from birth to age 5 Jenna Peterson C3 Developmental Specialist in the North Coastal region has a master s degree in early childhood education from Mills College with an early childhood special education credential Jenna provides developmental assessments for children from birth to age 5 She also provides one on one developmental consultations including treatment plans and intervention services for families of children that have been identified as having a developmental concern In addition Jenna facilitates infant massage courses C3 South Bay Team Heidi Atwood Physical Therapist in the South Bay region Michelle Barrera C3 Developmental Services Aide for development services in the South Bay region has worked with C3 since August 2014 She

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  • Assessments
    coordinators who will gather information about your child and any concerns you may have We may then ask you to schedule a developmental and behavioral assessment for your child at one of our three convenient locations Assessment specialists are available on site to determine whether your child s development and behavior are age appropriate Specifically these specialists assess Speech and language development Behavior Motor skills Problem solving and social skills The assessment lasts approximately 60 90 minutes After your child has had a developmental and behavioral assessment the assessment specialist may recommend that you and your child participate in classes or consults or access other programs available to you through Healthy Development Services or within the San Diego community Some portions of the assessment are informed by the parent and other parts are administered by a C3 assessment specialist For example the parent will complete a questionnaire about what the child is able to do in her home and the C3 assessment specialist will observe how a child performs during play based activities e g stacking blocks feeding a doll We also conduct developmental and behavioral assessments at partner locations in the community Please let us know if you are interested in learning more about additional locations where we offer our services Here are some of the tools that may be used The Ages and Stages Questionnaire ASQ 3 assesses all areas of development including language adaptive fine motor gross motor and personal social skills in children ages 2 60 months The Ages Stages Questionnaire Social Emotional ASQ SE assesses social and emotional development in children older than 6 months The Hawaii Early Learning Profile HELP assesses cognitive language gross motor fine motor social and self help skills An assessment specialist initially completes the tool with parent input and reviews

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  • Classes
    need support as well as in areas where they excel Our specialized behavior classes help parents to better understand and respond to their child s behavioral patterns For example our classes include topics such as understanding your child s individual temperament sibling rivalry and how to effectively use time outs and reward systems All of our classes are listed below Infant Time Parents often have concerns about their child s development or may want information about what to expect from their little one In this interactive group parents will receive information about typical child development and have opportunities to learn from each other Facilitators will model activities that promote social emotional cognitive language and physical development The emphasis will be placed on activities that can be incorporated easily into daily family routines Parents will be given opportunities to practice these activities and to learn new tools and techniques for enriching their infants development Links to resources in the community will be made available to parents Toddler Time Every toddler is unique and develops at his or her own pace Your toddler is growing and developing in many areas all at the same time Physical development and expressive language skills are easy to notice However social emotional development and cognitive development can be more difficult to observe It is our goal that you will learn to appreciate your child s individual timetable and see how the strands of development are intertwined all along the way You are your child s most important teacher and your child is learning all the time Play is how your child learns about the world This class emphasizes creating a sensitive responsive relationship with your child to enrich and support the learning process Preschool Time Preschoolers development happens holistically Physical development cognitive and language development and social emotional development are all happening simultaneously and are intertwined and dependent upon each other As your child s most important teacher you can enhance and support your child s physical cognitive and social emotional development during everyday moments This class focuses on creating opportunities for learning every day in normal daily activities and routines to support your child s increasing independence and school readiness Steps to Understanding Your Child s Behavior C3 behavior specialists facilitate interactive classes for parents which focus on the domains of social emotional development in children ages 0 5 to encourage further understanding of their child s behavior in the context of his or her development Within the class parents identify a target behavior and develop useful strategies to improve these behaviors with the goal of having more positive interactions with their child Strategies include setting limits consequences routines rules family communication and appropriate choices for children Parents will learn about how to help their child best communicate his or her emotions how their child s temperament affects their behavior and how to help their child build a positive relationship with peers Each class series consists of five classes once a week for 2 hours

    Original URL path: http://www.rchsd.org/programs-services/childrens-care-connection-c3/classes/ (2015-03-26)
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  • Locations
    Publications Health Safety Health Library Ask Your Nurse Videos Safety Store at Rady Children s Rethink Your Drink Injury Prevention Growing Up Columns Locations Main Campus Satellite Locations Emergency Urgent Care Programs Services Children s Care Connection C3 Locations Children s Care Connection C3 Locations Children s Care Connection C3 Team Assessments Classes Locations Locations Main location Map it 3665 Kearny Villa Road Suite 400 San Diego CA 92123 Phone

    Original URL path: http://www.rchsd.org/programs-services/childrens-care-connection-c3/locations/ (2015-03-26)
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  • Services
    Events Publications Health Safety Health Library Ask Your Nurse Videos Safety Store at Rady Children s Rethink Your Drink Injury Prevention Growing Up Columns Locations Main Campus Satellite Locations Emergency Urgent Care Programs Services Healthy Development Services Services Healthy Development Services Services Healthy Development Services Team Care Coordination Services Behavioral Screening Assessment and Treatment Developmental Screening Assessment and Treatment Parent Education Support and Empowerment Vision and Hearing Screenings For Referring

    Original URL path: http://www.rchsd.org/programs-services/healthy-development-services/services-2/ (2015-03-26)
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  • About CHET
    or older What We Do Provide 24 hour emergency pediatric critical care transports and consultation services for more than 1 000 pediatric transports every year Where We Go Hospitals Clinics Physician Offices How to Reach Us Just one phone call to 858 277 3404 When We re Available ALS and M D Nurse practitioners available seven days a week 24 hours a day Areas of Coverage San Diego City San Diego County Imperial County Riverside County All other areas by request Diagnosis Categories Respiratory 39 Neurologic 21 Sepsis Fever GI 8 Trauma 11 Ingestions 4 Cardiac 4 Foreign Body Aspiration 2 Near Drowning 1 Misc Other 10 Administration Medical Director Brad Peterson M D Administrative Medical Director Julia Beauchamp M D Director Dana Patrick R N Manager Elizabeth Kantor Performance Improvement Bi monthly CHET M M First Friday of even months 730 830 a m Personnel Eligibility Must have minimum of five years PICU experience R N s and RCPs must be PALS certified Agrees to all modes of Transport helicopter fixed wing airplane and ground Schedule flexibility required Agrees to accept shared responsibility for ALS CHET program success Team philosophy is to work together to provide ALS coverage 24 hours a day seven days a week Registered Nurses Must be experienced PICU and CHET R N minimum five years PICU experience Must have TNCC Trauma Nurse Core Course National Emergency Nurse Association Certification Respiratory Care Practitioners Must be experienced PICU and CHET RT minimum five years PICU experience Trauma certified Selection Application Interview Panel ALS Team and PICU Medical Team Attendings Fellows PNPs written evaluation of the following Clinical Skills Leadership skills Professionalism Self development and Teamwork Training All ALS R N s and RTs must successfully complete the same training program 48 hours didactic training with final written

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  • CHET Mission & Vision
    Services Community Programs Child Maltreatment Programs International Services Support Groups Services Search All Find a Doctor Patients Visitors Your Child s Hospital Stay Pay Your Bill Financial Assistance Medical Records Health Information Exchanges MyChart About Us Who We Are Newsroom Patient Stories Research Get Involved Events Publications Health Safety Health Library Ask Your Nurse Videos Safety Store at Rady Children s Rethink Your Drink Injury Prevention Growing Up Columns Locations Main Campus Satellite Locations Emergency Urgent Care Programs Services Children s Hospital Emergency Transport CHET CHET Mission Vision Children s Hospital Emergency Transport CHET CHET Mission Vision Children s Hospital Emergency Transport CHET About CHET CHET Mission Vision Resources Links Pediatric Transport Team Neonatal Transport Team CHET Mission Vision Our Mission To provide immediate response to requests for transport or consultation for ill and injured children throughout Southern California To function as an extension of Rady Children s To provide pediatric critical care during inter facility transport To enhance the quality of pediatric care in the community through outreach education and support Our Vision for the Future is to be The world s leading experts in pediatric and neonatal transport Rady Children s Hospital San Diego 3020 Children s Way

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