ChildServe raised a record $740,000 during its 12th annual Bubble Ball, with proceeds going to fund technology and equipment in its new Jojo’s Pediatric Rehabilitation Unit, scheduled to open this summer. The Bubble Ball was held April 2 at the Iowa Events Center. According to a news release, the 14-bed rehab center will be the only free-standing, comprehensive pediatric inpatient rehabilitation program for children and young adults in Iowa. It will offer state-of-the-art equipment and technology, including specialized technology to help children walk, an antigravity treadmill, an aquatics center, and multiple electrical stimulation technologies. ChildServe has provided pediatric inpatient services since 2007, including care for children and young adults who have experienced medical conditions related to brain injury and spinal cord injury. It also provides orthopedic rehabilitation, burn and wound care, and post-NICU care for infants after they leave the hospital.