Entries by CRS Staff

Coping with the Holidays After Involuntary Family Separation

This holiday season will find many Arizonan families separated from their loved ones across the border. These involuntary separations cast a shadow over what typically is a joyful time of year.  Families with children in particular, face the challenge of creating a holiday celebration while struggling with a sense of grief and loss.

5 Ways Parents Can Help Their Child Manage Bullying

An estimated one in four children reports being bullied. Moreover, while bullying was once contained to face-to-face interactions, the increase of technology in modern society has brought the advent electronic bullying or “cyberbullying,” which can occur in any place or location via social media and smart phones.

Living Beyond Expectations:
Meet Bella and Emma

Bella was adopted when she was three months-old and was on a joey pump, and to everyone’s knowledge, that was her only medical challenge. After visiting DMG CRS geneticist, Dr. Alec, Bella was diagnosed with…

Why One Family Travels 100 Miles to DMG CRS

Blake was born at 32 weeks. He has diplegic cerebral palsy and is now 12 years-old. Blake has been a patient at District Medical Group Children’s Rehabilitative Services (DMG CRS) since he was less than three years-old…

Make-A-Wish Arizona and District Medical Group to increase wishes for kids

Make-A-Wish® Arizona and District Medical Group pilot program to increase wish kid opportunities Tuesday, April 10, 2018 – Hollie Costello & Toni Eberhardt Make-A-Wish® Arizona, the local chapter of the international wish granting organization, and District Medical Group (DMG), a Phoenix-based non-profit medical group comprised of more than 650 providers across medical specialties, are piloting […]