Nurse’s Corner

Safe Sleep

Safe sleep practices are very important to help prevent SIDS or sudden infant death syndrome. Some facts about SIDS: 1 in 5 SIDS deaths occurred while the baby is in the care of someone other [...]

Sensory Processing

“Sensory Processing, also known as Sensory Integration, is the effective registration (and accurate interpretation) of sensory input in the environment (including one’s body). It’s the way the [...]

Preventing Falls

Children are curious and during play and exploration they are likely to fall and get hurt at some point, however many falls can be prevented.  A fall can cause not only a skinned knee and crying, [...]

Importance of Eye Screenings for Children

Importance of Eye Screenings for Children Visual development is a key area for child development. Untreated vision problems during the first months or years of life can lead to irreversible [...]

Back to School

The beginning of a new school year can be a time of great excitement for children of all ages. Children entering school for the first time are often anxious, and older children can be upset or [...]

Outdoor Safety

Spending time outside and playing is very important to your child’s growth and development.  Playing outside helps them to learn skills, burn off extra energy, maintain good physical and mental [...]

Preventing Hot Car Deaths

Did you know that “since 1990, nearly 800 children have died of heatstroke after being left behind in a vehicle” according to an article in Forbes, June 1, 2017.  Of hot car deaths; 20% were from [...]

Summer Safety Tips

Summer Safety Tips Sun Use sunscreen, don’t forget to reapply Wear hats and other protective wear Drink plenty of fluids Car Never leave a child or pet in the car, no matter what the temperature [...]

Ear Community Summer Picnics

Ear Community Summer Picnics for Microtia and Artesia Families Ear Community is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that helps Microtia and Atresia families around the world. Ear Community is hosting [...]

Choking Prevention

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) choking is the 4th leading cause of death among children 1-4 years old. Children commonly choke on food, toys or common household items. Most [...]

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