At Cook Children's, you'll find the best pediatric doctors in North Texas. Our professionals put the health and well-being of your child first and foremost.
Find a Pediatrician Find a Specialist
Cook Children's provides a complete network of care to children across the state of Texas.
Pediatric Offices Specialty Clinics
Medical Center Urgent Care Clinics
Surgery Centers Pharmacy
Home Health Virtual Health
Emergency Rooms NEW Locations
Looking for a pediatric specialty clinic? Cook Children's has more than 60 locations across North Texas, because even when your child's diagnosis is complicated, finding the right care should be simple.
Specialty Clinics Specialty Referrals
For patients, parents and family members, coping with a serious illness, injury, or chronic medical condition can feel scary and lonely. The support groups found at Cook Children's can help.
Whether you are facing a long- or short-term medical journey, you don't have to do it alone. The support groups found at Cook Children's offer comfort, understanding, strength and coping skills to help both the patient and family members manage the challenges of care and the stress of your child's diagnosis, condition and treatment. Inside the safety of these support groups, members often find laughter, healing and when needed, a shoulder to lean on.
AYAs often feel out of place in a pediatric or adult clinic. Our vision is to provide a medical home just for them in the culture we provide. Groups meet monthly and events include education programs and opportunities to learn more about available resources. Additionally, social activities such as family picnics, a Christmas party and sporting events are available so AYAs can network with each other.
This group meets on the third Thursday of every month at 6:00 p.m.
For more information, contact Brenda Sonnier, email@example.com, or our Parents as Partners team, firstname.lastname@example.org or 682-885-7123.
D4AYA is a support group for teens living with neurological or rheumatological chronic conditions. In addition to living with a neuro or rheum diagnosis, participants in D4AYA will be:
Activities will include guest speakers, creative arts, transitional education, and processing through games and small group discussions.
To register or for more information, contact Kat Davitt at 682-885-5872 or email@example.com.
The group will meet in the Pavilion classrooms of the main building from 6-8 pm. These meeting will be drop-off meetings, just for the teens. A light dinner will be provided.
Support and events for patients and family members.
Please contact 682-885-7960 for additional information on our events and support group programs.
Each meeting begins with a specific topic presented by a professional with experience in caring for children with seizures. Following the speaker's presentation, there is time for open discussion so families can share their stories. Child care is provided for siblings and children under the age of six. There is no cost to participate. Dinner is provided at no charge.
Depending on the age of participants in attendance we offer support groups for school-age children and teens. These are led by a Certified Child Life Specialist. The groups are held at the same time as the parent group. These child and adolescent support groups will help patients cope more effectively with their diagnosis and encourage socialization with peers who have a similar diagnosis.
Please note: all groups are dependent on having enough volunteers to ensure the safety of all the children. If you have a teen with additional support needs, please contact Kat Davitt at 682-885-5872 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss additional opportunities.
Second Thursday, every other month, 6-7 p.m.; dinner served at 5:30 p.m.
For more information, contact, Julie Schmidt , patient liaison, at 682-885-7887, or Amy Davis, RN at 682-885-7259. You can also learn about the many ways we support our epilepsy patients and their families by clicking here.
Designed to offer support to all patients and families of patients with any gastrointestinal diagnosis except for Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis (there's a separate group for those families).
Group meets on the third Tuesday of every month at 6:00 p.m in Family Support meeting room A.
For more information, please contact Raquel Chi or our Parents as Partners team, email@example.com or 682-885-7123 .
Designed for parents to find support and coping skills when dealing with a child's blood or cancer disorder.
This group meets every Thursday at 11:00 a.m.
For more information, please contact Mandy Ebner at 682-885-3587.
Groups meet monthly and our events include education programs, opportunities to learn more about resources available for survivors and to network with other survivors through social activities like family picnics, parties and sporting events.
Call Joyce Bender at 682-885-2164 for more information on the Life After Cancer program.
Links of Hope provides adult care-givers of children with behavioral and emotional concerns such as ADHD, depression, OCD, ASD, with support and education. Our Links of Hope support group is led by a licensed social worker and there is no charge for attendance. This group is led by a licensed professional counselor dedicated to identifying services and providing resource information and educational opportunities.
Groups meet on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 5 p.m. in Cook Children's Medical Center's South Tower, Classroom 1163, next to Goodies To Go. These group sessions are completely free of charge.
For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that this email inbox is not monitored 24 hours a day. If you think you may have a medical or mental health emergency, call your doctor, go to the emergency department, or call 911 immediately.
Dinner will be provided if you RSVP. Child care is not currently available.
Behavioral Health resources
Links of Hope provides adult care-givers of children with behavioral and emotional concerns such as ADHD, depression, OCD, ASD, with support and education. Our Links of Hope support group is led by a licensed social worker and there is no charge for attendance. For additional information, you may contact us at LinksOfHope-Southlake@CookChildrens.org. Please note that this email inbox is not monitored 24 hours a day. If you think you may have a medical or mental health emergency, call your doctor, go to the emergency department, or call 911 immediately.
Group meets on the 2nd Tuesday of the month from 9:30-10:30 at Southlake Urgent Care and Pediatric Specialties. Childcare is not provided.
The group offers support and information for patients, parents and siblings with any type of hearing loss.
For more information, contact Kristi Reed, email@example.com or 682-303-1252, or our Parents as Partners team, firstname.lastname@example.org or 682-885-7123.
Information on neuroblastoma and other childhood cancers, as well as support for patients and families.
Group meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 6:00 p.m.
For more information, please contact Kelly Rand, email@example.com, or our Parents as Partners team, firstname.lastname@example.org, or 682-885-7123.
Support for parents of children with congenital heart defects. This parent-led group provides a way for parents to talk one-on-one with each other, sharing their experiences, concerns and questions.
Mended Little Hearts meeting
Pavilion classroom 5 (Cook Children's Medical Center, below Starbucks)
Group meets the second Monday of every month at 6:30 p.m.
For more information, please contact us at 682-885-4720, or our Parents as Partners team at email@example.com.
Please contact the Nephrology department at 682-885-4260 for information on future events.
Designed for patients (ages 0-18), their parents or caregivers, as well as siblings of all ages to attend. Dinner is provided.
The group meets three times a year (February, August, and December) on Thursday evenings from 6:00-7:30 p.m. Meetings are free and include dinner.
Meetings are free and include dinner.
For additional details, meeting dates, or to learn more, contact Julie Schmidt, patient liaison, at 682-885-7887.
Cook Children's Sib2Sib™ program provides services to siblings of children living with a chronic illness or life-changing disability, who are or have been patients at Cook Children's Medical Center.
Activities, events and meetings include:
To learn more about the program or to register for the mailing list, call 682-885-5872, speak to your child's Child Life specialist or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This group offers support and events for patients and family members.
Please contact Amy Collins at 682-885-2764 for additional information on our events and support group programs. You can also learn more here.
This group offers support and events for families and caregivers of children that have suffered from a stroke.
The group meets quarterly.
Please contact Gabriela Duran at 682.885.1311 for additional information on our events and support group programs. You can also email email@example.com.
An opportunity to visit with staff from Cook Children's Neurosciences department. Kids, teens, and parents can meet others living with Tourette syndrome and can share resources with other families.
Group meets three times a year in June, October and in December for a holiday party.
For more information, please contact Kat Davitt at 682-885-5872.
Support for parents whose children are in the Cook Children's NICU, PICU, or inpatient units with a tracheostomy.
Group meets on the fourth Monday of every month.
For more information, please contact Renee Lavelle, Jennifer Thomas, Lindsay Sikes or our Parents as Partners team, firstname.lastname@example.org or 682-885-7123.