The IBD Parent Working Group partners with organizations internal & external to Phoenix Children’s Hospital, bridging the gaps in care to provide the very best education, support, events and resources for children & families affected by inflammatory bowel disease. Check back as we continue to add more! If you would like to include an additional resource, please CONTACT US.
ImproveCareNow has created a collaborative community where clinicians, researchers, parents and patients are empowered to learn and continuously improve to bring about more reliable, proactive IBD care for healthier children and youth.
IBD Parent Advisory Council guide to what accommodations are available for patients with IBD, steps for accessing them & resources available for different grade levels. Accommodations exist to make aspects of life with IBD accessible and less stressful, helping to ensure patients are adequately supported to improve quality of life.
The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation is the leader in research, education and patient support for IBD
The AbbVie Immunology Scholarship was created to honor exceptional students living with inflammatory diseases, including Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, as they pursue goals of higher education. In doing so, we hope that the AbbVie Immunology Scholarship will further empower students to pursue an independent life defined by bold decisions and unyielding determination.
Legislation passed by several U.S. states that requires retail establishments that have employee toilet facilities to allow customers to use the facilities if the customer suffers from an inflammatory bowel disease or other medical condition requiring immediate access to a toilet
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