Aaron Terasas took his eyes off his son, Wyatt, for less than a minute and Wyatt fatally drowned in a lake. Click here to learn about other tragic stories like Wyatt’s, https://www.youtube.com/wat......
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Drowning is the leading cause of accidental death for children ages 1 to 4, and the second leading cause for kids 1-14 in Texas. Cook Children’s Lifeguard Your Child water safety program presents a series of videos designed to give parents and communities the tools and tips they need to prevent child drownings.
Cook Children's pediatricians partner with parents as experts in all things related to children’s health. From parenting advice and prevention to illnesses, accidents and growing pains, our doctors are here to help you navigate parenthood every inch of the way.
There are few things more powerful than stories from parents whose kids have serious medical challenges. These are more than words. They’re testimonials about the courage of our patients and families, and a testimony to Cook Children’s commitment to deliver the best pediatric care possible.
For the children and patients who come to Cook Children’s, there are no milestones to too big or too small to celebrate. Their stories are the reason we continue our Promise to improve the health of every child.
At Cook Children's, we've made a promise to improve the health of every child in our region. All of our employees come to work every day with that promise in mind, guiding them as they help our patients and their families get better and stay healthy. You can be an important part of making that happen.
The Center for Children's Health, led by Cook Children’s, is proud to lead coalitions in our six-county region that are dedicated to making North Texas one of the healthiest places to raise a child. Coalitions include parents, educators, business and community leaders.