1. Making the Most of Therapy: Fun Therapy Options Part 2

    As we started discussing last time, there are a wealth of options out there to help with everything from improving mobility and motor skills to helping speech and even working through emotional concerns. In case you missed it, we definitely suggest going back and checking out part 1 of our fun thera…Read More

  2. Fun Therapy Options: Supplementing Home Healthcare Services

    As parents and guardians, we all want to help our child succeed and live the best life possible. Success and a good life look different from child to child, depending on their personality. For children with a disability or special needs, providing them with everything they need for a good, healthy l…Read More

  3. Summer Camp: Making Summer Pediatric Health Care Fun

    For most kids, summer is the single most exciting time of year—or is tied with Christmas, Hanukkah, and/or winter holidays. Summer means no school, long sunny days, and lots of opportunity for play. For many parents and children with special needs, however, summer can be bittersweet. Yes, it still…Read More

  4. In-Home Pediatric Health Care Versus Office Visits

    How many days during an average week do you find yourself making trips to the hospital or a nearby pediatric therapy office for appointments? What about when a week is busier than “average?” If it feels like you spend the entirety of your days shuttling between home, your child’s school, docto…Read More

  5. What are home pediatric health care services?

    As parents, grandparents, siblings, even cousins and family friends, we want the very best for the young people in our lives because we care for them and know they can’t always take care of themselves. This means everything from taking care of basic necessities like feeding an infant to the less n…Read More

  6. Training Needed to do In-Home Pediatric Healthcare

    If you have a child, elderly parent, or family member who faces long-term or chronic medical issues, you likely understand how difficult it can be to help your loved one receive the care they need without wearing yourself thin at the same time. In-home health care is there to help you manage the loa…Read More

  7. Who In-Home Pediatric Healthcare Can Help

    Scraped knees and grass stains are generally a sign that your kids are outside having fun and enjoying the beautiful Colorado weather as much as possible. The minor scrapes and bruises of childhood are badges of honor when earned from tree-climbing or hours long soccer games during the summer. Howev…Read More