Among media outlets covering the story was Philly.com, which included Maya's previous name, violating established journalistic standards.
The article also needlessly included her criminal history.
It’s a privilege to be part of that deep sharing.” The groups complement the clinic’s work and have served as a springboard for families to develop friendships that extend beyond the group sessions.
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Dads, especially, tell us the group is like medicine to them.” For Jessica, the Support and Social Group is Children’s Hospital doing what it does best.
“CHOP gets the ‘care’ part of healthcare and realizes it involves the whole family,” she says.She’s had nearly three years living as a girl, and while it hasn’t been without challenges, she’s thriving.” One thing was missing: a safe place where Zuri could talk about being transgender with other transgender children.Jessica and Nate, too, lacked peers who could relate to what they were experiencing.The School District of Philadelphia will not align with President Donald Trump's order to overturn transgender bathroom protections, saying it will retain its bathroom policy to protect students."The School District of Philadelphia remains a safe and welcoming place of inclusion for all our students," Superintendent William Hite said in a statement."Every student deserves to know their rights will be recognized and upheld at school.She feels this way; you need to let it play out.’” Jessica and Nate accepted having a transgender child — “It required a little rewiring of thinking about parenting,” Jessica says — and began using female pronouns and the name Zuri.