Cook Children's Medical Center
This was opened as the second “Aikman’s End Zone” in 1997, continuing the success of Troy Aikman’s vision to provide hospitalized children with a place to play, relax, and learn during their hospital stays. In fact, this state-of-the-art facility introduced the Teammates for Kids Foundation to the concept of a Child Life Zone, which led to the formation of the Child Life Zone Network. Remodeled in 2007 with the help of the NHL in connection with the All Star Game, and expanded again in 2012 in new space provided by the hospital, the new Zone boasts a recording studio and space for families, in addition to a new teen room.
Audra Trussell - CLZ Program Coordinator
Jill Koss – CLZ Program Director
Shawn Griffith - Production Studio Producer
Sonny Burgess - Recording Studio Producer