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School at the hospital: Austin's story, part one

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Published on Oct 16, 2012

Children who are hospitalized regularly due to chronic illness can miss precious classroom time, not to mention the social benefits of being with their peers. But keeping up with school work can empower young patients so they will be able to rejoin their classmates full time in the future.
Austin Daley, 12, has a rare neurological disease that requires two full days of treatment per week at Cardon Children's Medical Center. During treatments, Austin studies at the Cardon School with his teacher, Virginia Trimble, MEd. In part one of a two part series, we explore the challenges and the benefits of going to school at the hospital for a child living with chronic illness.

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