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Family Advisory Council at Hasbro Children's Hospital

Dunkin Donuts Family Room
Dunkin Donuts Family Room

Hasbro Children's Hospital’s Family Advisory Council was formed with the mission to actively engage families as collaborators with the hospital and to serve as an active voice for families. It is a dedicated partnership of parents, former patients and staff members that promotes comprehensive and compassionate health care through a patient and family centered care approach.

 Goals of the Family Advisory Council

The main goals of the council are to continuously improve understanding and communication between the hospital and the family members it serves, and to foster collaboration in the planning and delivery of services to meet the needs of patients and their families.

The goals of Hasbro Children's Hospital’s family advisory council are to:

  • Communicate the needs and concerns of the families.
  • Foster and support partnerships between families and the hospital’s health care professionals and staff.
  • Provide a means for families to provide input or suggestions for policies, programs and facilities.
The Izzy Family Room
The Izzy Family Room

The Family Advisory Council meets on a monthly basis to work on policy development, program recommendations and facility design. The family advisory council also works to continually improve the hospital experience for children and families by working with other departments of the hospital, such as pediatrics, nursing, food and nutrition, security, and facilities.

One of the first initiatives of the Family Advisory Council was the complete renovation of two family rooms in Hasbro Children's Hospital to create more comfortable, family-friendly and functional spaces for families to relax and still be near their children during treatment. These family rooms are now used daily and offer a wide range of programs and events to patients and families.

Volunteer for the Hasbro Children's Hospital Family Advisory Council