Moonbeams for Sweet Dreams

Moonbeams for Sweet Dreams

What is "Moonbeams for Sweet Dreams"?

“Moonbeams for Sweet Dreams,” is a program created by the Beaumont Children’s Pediatric Family Advisory Council at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak. We're excited to be bringing this program back for the third straight year!

At 8 p.m. December 1 - 25, pediatric patients will shine flashlights from the hospital windows and look for community members standing outside the hospital to flash them back.

“Many children are unable to leave their rooms and can feel isolated in the hospital as the rest of the world continues without them,” Beaumont Children’s Child Life Supervisor Kathleen Grobbel said. “With the help of the community, we can make sure they go to bed with smiles on their faces.”


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EMS Vehicle Coordination

Planning to visit with your EMS vehicle? Please reach our to our EMS Coordinator, Christine Laking, for scheduling assistance.

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Help us light the night at Moonbeams for Sweet Dreams

Moonbeams is an event to let all patients in the hospital know they are not alone and that they can rest easy knowing that an entire community is behind them in supporting their journey to be happy and healthy. Your support can help maintain this program for years to come.

Safety Information

  • For up to date information regarding each night’s event, please follow Beaumont Health on Facebook and Twitter.
  • During extreme cold temperatures, please dress warm in layers and cover all exposed skin.
  • In the event of a severe snow storm, portions of the evening’s event may be removed or abbreviated. For the safety of you and your group, we encourage you to select another date that may work. Please use caution driving to and from the campus.