Elizabeth Seton Children’s has received two, major $250,000 grants from both the Thomas & Agnes Carvel Foundation and the Griffin Family Foundation to build the nation’s first home for young adults with complex medical conditions.

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At Elizabeth Seton Children’s, we derive inspiration from the extraordinary children we care for and love each day. In 2019, that inspiration took us to new heights.

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With her trendy outfits, sparkling jewelry and camera-ready makeup, 21-year-old Stephanie is one-of-a-kind. She lights up the hallway as she wheels by waving at her friends.

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In 2018, Elizabeth Seton Children’s community of supporters helped create possibilities for more than 4,000 children with complex medical needs at our children’s center, school and rehabilitation center.

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His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan, along with Monsignor Kevin Sullivan, Executive Director of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York, visited Elizabeth Seton Children’s Center.

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Advances in life sustaining medicine and technology are lengthening the lives of medically complex children, which allows them to not only survive, but thrive, and reach young adulthood. While this is having a dramatic and positive…

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Like so many mothers, one of Liz Finnegan’s favorite personality traits of her 3 ½-year-old daughter is her zest for life. “It gives me so much peace,” she said. “She is social, loves to sing and dreams about being a princess; I swear we’ve seen ‘Beauty and the Beast’ 150 times,” she laughed.

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Rachel Amar, the mother of Max, has faced a difficult journey with her son, which began when Max was born with brain stem atrophy, a diagnosis that doesn’t allow him to breathe, swallow, regulate his temperature or move on his own.

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