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Jackie brings hope to Lurie Children's epilepsy patients

Val Warner and Anna Nannicelli present a 2018 Women & Wishes Award to Jackie Wolak
The job of a nurse can be grueling at times. Children can associate you with both good things – like lollipops after a check-up – or bad things – like injections and other painful treatments. Jacqueline “Jackie” Wolak, an Advanced Practice Nurse and Family Nurse Practitioner in the Epilepsy Division of Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, finds joy in bringing her patients hope through referring them to Make-A-Wish.

Jun 26, 2018

Jackie brings hope to Lurie Children's epilepsy patients

Val Warner and Anna Nannicelli present a 2018 Women & Wishes Award to Jackie Wolak
The job of a nurse can be grueling at times. Children can associate you with both good things – like lollipops after a check-up – or bad things – like injections and other painful treatments. Jacqueline “Jackie” Wolak, an Advanced Practice Nurse and Family Nurse Practitioner in the Epilepsy Division of Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, finds joy in bringing her patients hope through referring them to Make-A-Wish.

Social Worker Brings Inspiration to Cystic Fibrosis Patients

Angela Berger, LCSW
Being around children with critical illnesses and their families, who are often anxious and exhausted, would take a mental and emotional toll on anyone. It would be easy for someone to get caught up in negative feelings if they work at a children’s hospital.

For Angela Berger, a licensed clinical social worker at Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, the best way to combat these emotions is to refer a child to Make-A-Wish.

Apr 25, 2018

Social Worker Brings Inspiration to Cystic Fibrosis Patients

Angela Berger, LCSW
Being around children with critical illnesses and their families, who are often anxious and exhausted, would take a mental and emotional toll on anyone. It would be easy for someone to get caught up in negative feelings if they work at a children’s hospital.

For Angela Berger, a licensed clinical social worker at Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, the best way to combat these emotions is to refer a child to Make-A-Wish.

Q&A with Referral Source Anna Nannicelli

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Anna is a social worker at Lurie Children's Hospital and refers many of her patients to Make-A-Wish.

Oct 30, 2017

Q&A with Referral Source Anna Nannicelli

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Anna is a social worker at Lurie Children's Hospital and refers many of her patients to Make-A-Wish.

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