Category: By Gender

Sort: Date | Title | Views | | Comments | Random Sort Ascending
View:

Diaphragm Breathing & VCD – D’Andrea

507 Views0 Comments

D'Andrea, a 16-year-old teen with Vocal Cord Dysfunction (VCD) and Asthma, describes how to tell the difference between breathing difficulties related to asthma versus VCD, and demonstrates the use of Diaphragmatic Br...

Cameron’s Burn Dressing Change

325 Views0 Comments

Cameron, a five-year-old burned by a firework, describes the good and the bad about being in the hospital and being treated for his burn injury.  He gives other kids tips and reasons for optimism in coming back after ...

Burn Injury – William

331 Views0 Comments

William, a 15-year­old teen, shares his experiences in the treatment of his burn injury, lessons learned, along with his mother¹s suggestions for parental coping in the hospitalization and recovery process. The Co...

Michael’s Burn Dressing Change

295 Views0 Comments

Michael, a six-year-old who sustained a burn injury, shows off his skills at using diaphragmatic (or "belly") breathing, positive imagery, and distraction to cope with the pain and discomfort of his burn dressing chan...

Aleazia’s – Make a Wish

259 Views0 Comments

Aleazia,a 12-year-old-boy with a condition known as cystic hygroma (also known as cystic lymphangioma), made this video in support of his Make a Wish request to meet his idol, Tyler Perry. Aleazia is a creative artist...

Keeping up with taking medication – Kids4Kids videos from Mott Children’s Hospital

782 Views0 Comments

Living with a chronic illness often means taking medication...sometimes, a lot of medication. In this video, patients from C.S. Mott Children's Hospital talk about their experiences keeping up with complicated medicin...

Taking responsibility for your medical care – Kids4Kids videos from Mott Children’s Hospital

471 Views0 Comments

What can children and adolescents do to "take care of business" as it relates to managing their health care? Teens from Mott Children's Hospital offer their own experiences and advice about how to take responsibility ...

Tips for siblings of kids with serious illness – Kids4Kids videos from Mott Children’s Hospital

501 Views0 Comments

What's it like be a sibling to a child living with a serious illness? In this video, siblings of some of the patients at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital offer their perspectives and advice for other kids learning to adj...

Help from friends and family – Kids4Kids videos from Mott Children’s Hospital

439 Views0 Comments

Kids at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital talk about the important role their friends and families play in supporting them during treatment or living with chronic illness. ABOUT KIDS4KIDS: Children can be the best tea...

Adjusting to the reality of your diagnosis – Kids4Kids videos from Mott Children’s Hospital

423 Views0 Comments

Coming to terms with the realities of chronic illness or a new medical diagnosis can be difficult. In this video, kids from C.S. Mott Children's Hospital talk about what worked for them to "keep it real" while adjusti...

Coping with pain and discomfort – Kids4Kids videos from C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital

734 Views0 Comments

Kids talk about tips for dealing with pain and discomfort from chronic illness and medical procedures. ABOUT KIDS4KIDS: Children can be the best teachers! Mott Kids 4 Kids videos offer the unique perspective of pa...

Maddie Overcomes her Choking Phobia

1.34K Views0 Comments

Maddie is a 14-year-old with Crohn's Disease, who choked on one of her iron pills. This led to her becoming fearful of eating and drinking to the point where she lost considerable weight and it began to impair her hea...

Keeping up with school during medical treatment – Kids4Kids videos from Mott Children’s Hospital

561 Views0 Comments

Going to school while living with a chronic illness, or while going through medical treatment, can be very tough for kids. In this video, patients from C.S. Mott Children's Hospital talk about their experiences trying...

Coping with scars and other physical differences – Kids4Kids videos from Mott Children’s Hospital

1.01K Views0 Comments

Patients from C.S. Mott Children's Hospital talk about their experiences coming to terms with scars or physical differences from their treatment. ABOUT KIDS4KIDS: Children can be the best teachers! Mott Kids 4 Kid...

Alissa for Ambassador

1.01K Views1 Comments

Alissa, who has Sickle Cell Disease, gives her brief one-minute speech expressing how she would be an excellent "Sickle Cell Ambassador" for the National Sickle Cell Organization. The Coping Cart at Kosair Children...

The Zipper Club

1.04K Views0 Comments

Len, a 30 year old survivor of a congenital heart condition, introduces you to the "Zipper Club," a comic book serial series he has created dealing with the lives of 5 kids who meet at "Heart Camp." In the comic serie...

Michaela Nunley | Pancreatitis

917 Views0 Comments

Chronic Familial Pancreatitis can be a very painful condition that leads to numerous hospitalizations and procedures. In this video Michaela explains just what pancreatitis is, how it affects your body, and describes ...

Pain Game | Milayzia Shouse

2.78K Views0 Comments

Milayzia plays 'Monster on the Move," a board game designed to help younger children with chronic pain develop coping skills that improve their ability to function and resume more normal activities. The Coping Cart...

Thomika – Sickle Cell Anemia

982 Views0 Comments

Thomika, a teenager in the hospital for a sickle cell crisis, shares her experiences living with sickle cell disease. Despite the chronic nature of her disease, she shares how she copes on a daily basis and makes adju...

Kirsten’s Frazier End of Chemo Party

1.01K Views0 Comments

Finishing your cancer treatment is always a time for celebration.  Join Kirstein, her family, friends and staff on 7 West at Kosair Children's Hospital as they celebrate at Kirstein's "End of Chemo" party! The Copi...

7 WEST Harlem Shake

855 Views0 Comments

While being in the hospital can be stressful, the patients and staff on & West at Kosair Children's Hospital have found a way to break through the monotony. The Coping Cart at Kosair Children’s Hospital is desi...

Kirstein Frazier | My Life & AML

862 Views0 Comments

Kirstein, a teenager with Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML), gives a candid story about her journey in coping with her cancer, hair loss, long hospital stays, etc. She gives others good advice about the importance of not l...

Trinity – Coping with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma

729 Views0 Comments

Trinity, and 11 year old with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, talks about her coping strategy for dealing with the "What If's" of her cancer treatment. She gives good advice for those of any age in dealing with a difficult sit...

7 WEST Music Video

691 Views0 Comments

Children on the Pediatric Oncology Unit of Kosair Children's Hospital (7 West) show their love and appreciation for the quality of care they receive from their physicians, nurses, child life workers, music therapists,...

Nashawnte gives tips to overcome fears of sedation

534 Views0 Comments

Nashawnte is a 9 year old diagnosed with pancreatitis. When her pancreatitis flairs up she has a lot of pain and has to go to the hospital. Sometimes she has to have an NJ tube inserted which requires sedation. She's ...

Cody talks about Pill Swallowing

750 Views0 Comments

Cody has cancer and also has had a hard tough taking his medication. He has to swallow many large pills for his medication. While this has been difficult, Cody has learned some tips and ways to help get him used to sw...

Tyler’s tips for kids and parents coping with divorce

729 Views2 Comments

Tyler's gives tips and advice to kids and parents who are going through divorce. Divorce is stressful for parents and kids alike. Although reactions will depend on a child's age, temperament, and the circumstances ...

Justin shows how to check his insulin

636 Views0 Comments

What Is Diabetes? Diabetes is a disease that affects how the body uses glucose (pronounced: gloo-kose), a sugar that is the body's main source of fuel. Like a CD player need batteries, your body needs glucose to keep...

Justin talks about type 1 diabetes

525 Views1 Comments

Sorting Myth From Fact There's a lot of diabetes information out there — unfortunately, not all of it is based on facts. Although you can find a lot of good information about diabetes on the Internet, you can also fi...

Justin’s mom talks about his diabetes

458 Views0 Comments

Does your child have type 1 or type 2 diabetes? Learn how to manage the disease and keep your child healthy. The Pediatric Endocrinology service at Kosair Children's Hospital provides diagnostic and therapeutic se...

Georgia copes with Crohn’s disease, Part 2

849 Views6 Comments

Georgia is 14 years old and is living with Crohn's disease. In this video Georgia answers the questions of 'how does Crohn's affect what you eat?', 'what about stress?', 'how do you handle the pain?', 'what are the si...

Georgia deals with Crohn’s disease, Part 1

660 Views1 Comments

Georgia is 14 years old and has Crohn's disease. In this video, which is part 1 of 2, Georgia answers the question's of 'what is Crohn's disease?', 'how did you learn that you had Crohn's disease?', 'what was it like ...

Amber shows some belly breathing techniques

771 Views0 Comments

Sometimes all you need to relax and calm down is to focus on taking deep breathes. Watch as Amber shows us some techniques for deep belly breathing. About Your Lungs and Respiratory System What's something that you ...

Tabitha encourages others dealing with cystic fibrosis

458 Views0 Comments

Tabitha is 15 years old and has both cystic fibrosis and diabetes. Despite her illness Tabitha is extremely positive and some great words of encouragement for others that are going through a tough time or dealing with...

Tabitha shows how she does her acapella treatment for cystic fibrosis

570 Views0 Comments

Tabitha is 15 and has cystic fibrosis. In this segment Tabitha shows us how she puts together her acapella treatment at home. Watch more videos from Tabitha! Approximately 30,000 people in the United States have be...

Juliana discusses how she has coped with a brain tumor

900 Views0 Comments

Juliana is a brain tumor survivor. She talks about the complications through the years and how she has used art and family to help her through tough times. What Is a Brain Tumor? A tumor is any mass caused by abnorm...

Devon’s battle with childhood cancer

637 Views0 Comments

Devon was diagnosed with cancer at only 18 months. Listen as he talk about the way this experience has shaped his life. About RMS Rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS or "rhabdo") is a cancerous tumor that develops in the body's s...

Natasha is a survivor of cancer

457 Views0 Comments

Natasha is a cancer survivor. Listen to her words of encouragement and find out more on what it is like to deal with cancer. When the Person With Cancer is You Chances are you know someone who has had cancer, such a...

Vanessa talks about coping with her brother’s cancer

444 Views1 Comments

Vanessa's younger brother Caleb was diagnosed with cancer when he was 13 years old. Watch as Vanessa talks about how she and her family worked through Caleb's treatment and helped support one another. Siblings can ...

Caleb is a survivor of pediatric cancer

534 Views1 Comments

When Caleb was 13 he was diagnosed with cancer. Watch as he talks about his battle and victory and also how he coped with the disease. Also be sure to check out his sister's video on how she dealt with helping a sibli...

Tabitha does her vest treatment for cystic fibrosis

625 Views0 Comments

Watch as Tabitha shows us how she does her vest treatments at home for cystic fibrosis. See more videos from Tabitha. What is Cystic Fibrosis Cystic fibrosis (CF) is an inherited disease that causes the body to pr...

Online Safety: Facebook safety for Kids

692 Views0 Comments

Your Online Identity & Knowing Who Are You Online? If you use the computer to play and talk with friends, you also have an online identity. That means you have an identity that's related to how you look, what you...

Tabitha talks about getting motivated to do her treatments

543 Views0 Comments

Tabitha is 15 years old and has diabetes and cystic fibrosis. In this segment she discusses how she stays motivated to do her treatments and how she manages her illnesses. She has great tips for those that are struggl...

Dominique talks about dealing with fear and cancer

578 Views0 Comments

Dominique helps us understand the fears of cancer and explains ways in which he deals with fear. What Is Fear? Fear is one of the most basic human emotions. It is programmed into the nervous system and works like an...

Dominique talks about how he copes with cancer

548 Views0 Comments

Dominique was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma cancer. In this segment he talks about ways that he is able to cope with the disease and encourages others to look on a brighter side. Lymphomas that involve a particul...

Dominique talks about his cancer diagnosis

548 Views0 Comments

Dominique discusses how he was diagnosed with cancer and what he first treatments were like. Make sure you check out all of Dominique's videos on CopingClub.com to hear his full story! What Is Hodgkin's Disease? Hod...

Victoria’s eating challenges

586 Views1 Comments

Victoria has had a tough time eating and a bit of a fear of swallowing things. Watch as she walks us through how she conquered her fears and is now successfully able to eat full meals. There's a lot of discussion t...

Deontay talks about his treatment for Hodgkin lymphoma

399 Views0 Comments

Deontay has Hodgkin lymphoma cancer. Is this segment he talks about getting his treatment at Kosair Children's Hospital and the things that he enjoys while being at the hospital. Hodgkin disease, or Hodgkin lymphoma, ...

Deontay copes with Hodgkin lymphoma

425 Views0 Comments

Watch as Deontay talks about having Hodgkin lymphoma. Hodgkin disease, or Hodgkin lymphoma, is a type of cancer that affects the lymphatic system. This highly sophisticated filtering system helps the body's immune ...

Hayley copes with burn wounds

460 Views0 Comments

Hayley was in an accident that caused severe burns. Here she talks about how she deals with dressing changes and also teaches us how to relax. From kids washing up under a too-hot faucet to an accidental tipping of...

Matthew copes with kidney disease

524 Views2 Comments

Matthew recently had a kidney transplant. Watch as he describes the procedure and also has some fun depicting the operation on his doll. About Your Kidney When you're hungry, your stomach lets out a growl or two...

Cameron & Sickle Cell Disease

816 Views2 Comments

Cameron explains what sickle cell is and how he deals with the pain. Sickle cell disease is an inherited disorder in which red blood cells (RBCs) are abnormally shaped. This abnormality can result in painful episod...

Callie copes with Vocal Chord Dysfunction (VCD)

725 Views3 Comments

Callie shows some breathing techniques and ways to cope with Vocal Chord Dysfunction (VCD) and Stress. Callie's VCD was a result of her asthma. People who have asthma might cough or wheeze, two sounds that come fro...

Callie Copes with Stress

495 Views0 Comments

Callie talks about ways that she has learned to cope with stress. Her vocal chord dysfunction was significantly affected by her levels of stress. Listen to how she has learned to harness her stress levels. Everybod...

Megan talks about coping with a brain tumor

437 Views0 Comments

Megan talks with us at a cancer survivorship event about coping with a brain tumor. A tumor is any mass caused by abnormal or uncontrolled growth of cells. Tumors in the brain are categorized according to several f...

Tabitha shows how she takes her medicine for cystic fibrosis

431 Views0 Comments

Tabitha has cystic fibrosis and has quite a few different medications that she has to take throughout the week. Watch as she offers tips on ways to remain diligent and organized throughout the treatment process. Watch...

Kristen talks about losing her hair during chemotherapy.

844 Views1 Comments

Kristen is 18 years old and is on her fourth treatment of chemotherapy. In this segment she talks about what it was like to lose her hair and how she copes with it. Most children with ALL are treated with chemother...

Long hospital stays: What’s it like?

576 Views0 Comments

Kristen is 18 years old and has acute myeloid leukemia. Because of her condition she often has to stay in the hospital for treatment for weeks on end. In this video she discusses what her treatments are like and how s...

Kristen copes with Acute Myeloid Leukemia

468 Views0 Comments

Kristen is 18 years old and has acute myeloid leukemia (AML). Leukemia is a type of cancer that affects the body's white blood cells (WBCs). Normally, WBCs help fight infection and protect the body against disease....

Kristen gives herself a neupogen shot

500 Views0 Comments

Kristen is 18 years old and is undergoing treatment for acute myeloid leukemia (AML). This type of leukemia affects 20% of kids with this cancer of the blood cells. Watch as Kristen demonstrates going through her trea...

Ashley talks about how she deals with ulcerative colitis

532 Views2 Comments

When was the last time you had a stomachache? It's normal for all kids to get bellyaches once in a while. But some kids get bad stomach pain...

Hayley & cystic fibrosis

481 Views2 Comments

Watch as Hayley talks about dealing with cystic fibrosis and goes through her treatments.

Hannah gives tips for getting an IV

562 Views0 Comments

Hannah is 9 years old and would like to offer a few tips for you when you are getting an IV.

Seth & cystic fibrosis.

456 Views0 Comments

Seth Jacobs has cystic fibrosis and has created this video to explain how he deals with CF.

Lanie & cystic fibrosis

543 Views0 Comments

Lanie is 12 years old and has cystic fibrosis. Cystic fibrosis (CF) is an inherited disease that causes...

Hannah & ulcerative colitis

797 Views2 Comments

Hannah is 9 years old and is coping with ulcerative colitis, a type of inflammatory bowel disease.