Partnering with Pediatric Potential


Pediatric Potential collaborations are individualized to support our partners' growth potential. Our services aim to redefine the healthcare experience for pediatric patients and their families.

Research has shown a positive impact through increased patient and family satisfaction scores, improved short and long term child coping and health outcomes, a reduction of hospital operational costs, increased healthcare provider morale, enhanced community engagement, and Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMS).


Our services foster new resources and sustainable support systems for our partner hospitals, clinics, and NGOs globally, enabling them to enhance protective frameworks and strengthen healthcare experiences for the hospitalized children and families in their care. We are one of the only organizations working to ensure the fulfillment of children’s rights and child-friendly healthcare practices globally.

8 Countries

10 Languages

The diversity of our multidisciplinary team of experts, which collectively live in 8 countries and speak 10 languages, reflects our international approach to enhancing access to knowledge regarding developmentally appropriate best-practices, resources, services, and training related to pediatric psychosocial care and a rights-based approach to pediatrics for all children, no matter where in the world they encounter a healthcare experience.

Service Development

Creation or enhancement of sustainable pediatric psychosocial services and staffing.

Knowledge Exchange

Collaboratively identify strengths to enhance child-friendly engagement utilizing the Pediatric Patient's Hierarchy of Developmental Needs (PPHDN)© as a framework.


Use and conduct research to support the positive impact of these services on individual organizations and communities.

Environmental Design Consultation

Promote development of child-friendly healthcare environments.

Staff Education / Training

Facilitate skill development on appropriate language and engagement of pediatric patients.

Resource Fostering

Attract visionaries to our partners to support opportunities for psychosocial programming facilitation, research, and development through our global networks.


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