About Frankie’s World
Frankie's World Foundation is a non-profit 501(C)3 charitable organization that improves the lives of children with medical needs and their families. Named after a special little girl in Philadelphia who touched many lives, Frankie’s World is an exciting place, where kids can be kids! Our unique blend of nursing care, education and socialization sets us apart.
Whether you receive Medical Day Care and/or Home Health Care, we will partner with you and your care team to provide compassionate care for your child. There is no charge to parents. Cost are covered through medical insurance and donations.
“When my daughter Frankie was a toddler on a ventilator in 2000, she was isolated at home with a nurse, and there was no medically-safe place for her to go to make friends and learn about the world. We made Frankie’s World into the kind of place she would have loved.”
- Conny Lockwood, President, Board of Directors
Medical Day Care
Our pioneering mix of quality nursing care and preschool education is on display every day in our open, engaging classrooms. We believe that children with special medical needs can achieve much more when given the opportunity to make friends and learn about the world around them.
Our hours of operation are Monday - Friday from 7AM - 6PM
The services we offer include:
One Healthcare professional for every 3 children.
Frankie’s World now brings its pioneering mix of quality nursing care and preschool education into the home environment. In partnership with MARSCare, your child can now receive Frankie’s World’s unique blend of care at home.
Our Home Care Program features:
Continuum of care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Home Health Aide.
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If you are interested in donating your time and energy, please contact us and let us know. Our staff is excited to meet you!
Make a Donation
Your gift of any size will help us provide specialized equipment, classroom supplies, and scholarships for medically fragile children.