September 10, 2015

ByCoB Staff







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Child Life Newsletter

 







Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Volunteer Event Guideline:

It is our pleasure to welcome you as our guests and we are very grateful to have you join us.   We would also like to give you some guidelines to make sure you enjoy your volunteer experience!

Here are some tips to make this a fun, successful and stress free event:

  1. It is important that you be on time. This means arriving 5-10 minutes early if possible. If you arrive late, please phone the point person ahead of time so arrangements can be made to meet you and bring you to the designated area.
  2. The collective safety of the children, staff, and volunteers is the most important aspect of our time together. In the unlikely event that any serious acting out or conflict occurs, please leave the room immediately and walk to the nurses’ station. Do not offer any help or…

August 3, 2015

ByCoB Staff







Last Thursday, July 30th, we at Children of Bellevue were happy to have volunteers from U.S. Bank as our guests.  Over 20 of their hardworking employees joined us throughout the hospital–in the pediatric clinic and on the Child & Adolescent Inpatient Psychiatric Unit–wherein they read stories, face-painted, crafted, tie-dyed, and played kickball.  Oh–and they even had a pizza party with the kids!

Children of Bellevue got its start as a group of well-intentioned volunteers who got together to provide entertainment and care to children who were sick at Bellevue hospital.  This began the tradition of providing More Than Medicine that we uphold to this day.  So thank you, U.S. Bank, for joining us in this endeavor!

If you work for a company that believes in corporate give-back and would like to inquire about volunteering with us, please send an email to Mariadora Saladino.