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  • We provide patient gift bags to children in the Hospital

  • Ambassador and Pro Motocross Racer, Sara Price

  • Therapy Dogs help many children overcome their battles

  • Our SeaWorld Trip was fantastic! Thank you SeaWorld!

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This Month’s Snack is extremely easy to make and tasty! Try making it this Month with your kids! This is a treat they will enjoy to make and eat! Visit the Monthly Kids Snack Page Now to Begin Making this Snack, before it disappears! Tweet

Group B Strep is one of the streptococcal bacteria that can cause infection. Our bodies can carry this bacteria naturally in the intestinal tract. The danger of GBS happens when expectant mothers pass the bacteria to their unborn child, or newborn. ‘Approximately 10 to 30 percent of pregnant women carry GBS [...]’ -babycenter.com. Because of the risk of complications, which include stillbirth, sepsis (blood infection), and meningitis (membrane inflammation of […]

This July is Cord Blood Awareness month. Cord Blood is the the blood that remains in the umbilical cord and placenta that is known to help against genetic disorders. Cord blood is collected when a baby is born and is put in cord blood banks. Cord blood stem cells have been known to help over 70 diseases and disorders such as leukemia, Hodgkins disease and non Hodgkins leukemia. Cord blood […]

    The U. S. Department of Health and Human Services states ‘Eye injuries of all types occur at a rate of more than 2,000 per day’. We recognize this month as the time to reflect on protecting your vision. Eye injury has two components – it is important to remember how to prevent as well as treat eye injury. Sporting events are times that children are vulnerable to eye […]

This July is going to be hot and beautiful so what other way to spend the month than to spend it outdoors at a park or recreational area. Exercise is important for kids to be healthy! Parks offer a variety of services and activities that can be family friendly. Activities such as aquatics classes, dog training, youth activities, basketball, baseball, soccer, and so much more. For a more thorough list […]

Cleft and Craniofacial deformities are present at birth. ‘Each year, about 4,400 infants in the United States are born with a cleft lip with or without a cleft palate and about 2,700 infants are born with a cleft palate alone’ -cdc.gov. These are deformities that are located in the mouth, face and ears. Some common deformities are orofacial clefts, craniosynostosis, and microtia and anotia cdc.gov. The awareness of craniofacial disorders […]

June is Aphasia Awareness Month. Aphasia is a communication disorder that occurs when damage to the left side of the brain occurs primarily due to stroke. Aphasia can happen at any age, although it is most often seen in adults. The functions affected are those relating to speech, understanding and speaking, reading and writing, and sometimes the ability to swallow. The effect can vary from mild to severe, depending on […]