Inspiring Music Videos from Children's Hospitals

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Inspiring Videos from Children's Hospitals

I grew up with a sick younger sister who spent a lot of time at the hospital. It's not fun, yet I was always inspired by those who work with kids at children's hospitals. In college I even went through a program to become a Child Life Specialist (those are the ones who bring the fun to sick kids in hospitals).

I recently came across one of the inspiring music videos from children's hospitals below. Soon I was bumping into more, so I posted a few of my faves here because everyone should get to see how awesome these kids are!

"Brave" at the University of Minnesota Amplatz Children's Hospital

Patients and staff members of Unit 5 show how they're brave.

"Stronger" Seattle Children's Hospital

The hemoncology floor of Seattle Children's Hospital performs Kelly Clarkson's song.

You're Beautiful - John Hopkins Pediatric Oncology

"The Fighters" at Phoenix Children's Hospital

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