Medical Clown Project

The Medical Clown Project provides therapeutic medical clowning as an integrated component of care for adult and pediatric patients and their families. The medical clowns also benefit the community milieu by lightening the mood of healthcare providers and staff.

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    A Moment At The Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

    It's not often that we get consented video of our work in hospitals. Magical moments happen during EVERY shift. Today, we were lucky enough to capture one of those moments.

    The Story:

    Located in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, a mother is with her child and trying to comfort her infant with Edwards' syndrome, also known as Trisomy 18. Edwards syndrome has no treatment and is usually fatal before birth or within the first year of life.

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    Excerpt From A Medical Clown: Amelia Van Brunt

    "I peer in the door's square window from the hallway, see the patient laying in bed alone, eyes closed and mouth open, still and silent. I quietly creak open the door and my partner and I start by humming. Low, soft at first. It rises. The ukulele swings in and joins us. His eyes spring open, his toothless grin spread wide. "I must have died and gone to heaven. I'm in heaven."
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