Kids Path

All children need special care.  Children with illnesses, however, need the type of care that only our Kids Path® program can provide.  Kids Path is a unique program for children, ranging in age from infancy to eighteen years of age, who are living with a serious illness or condition.  Our pediatric care team offers physical, emotional, and spiritual care with a goal of enhancing the quality of life for children and teens and also their families.

A Kids Path staff RN can make intermittent home visits (as ordered by a doctor). Kids Path team members may include a social worker, nursing assistant, physical therapist, and other disciplines as ordered, to meet specific treatment goals.  A physician's order is required for home care services.

Commonly asked questions:

How is Kids Path paid for?

Community contributions and limited reimbursement from insurance and Medicaid have enabled HPCCR to offer the community this comprehensive and specialized program which incorporates direct care for ill children in their homes and support services for families and grieving children.

We also rely on community donations for support of our Kids path program.  Thank you for your financial support and for attending events that benefit our patients and their families.  Your support helps us to continue our mission to care for the children who need us.

What type of qualifications do pediatric nurses have at HPCCR?

Our RNs are nationally Certfied Hospice and Palliative Pediatric Nurses (CHPPN).

Click on this link to see an innovative YouTube video but Adeline Brady, which explains the benefits of Kids Path: