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Great Toys for Increasing Mobility
Published Oct. 18, 2019
By Katherine Shepard, PT There are so many benefits to getting children up and moving. It builds strength, promotes social interaction, allows them to explore and learn about their environment, and so much more! Children with movement disorders or …
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Spooky Sensory Halloween Activities
Published Oct. 11, 2019
By Hays Nichols, PTA, and Chelsea Bise, PTA With Halloween lurking around the corner, here are some fun ideas for parties, therapy sessions, and functional décor! Not all children can participate in all activities, so this list encompasses fun for …
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Finding Adaptive and Inclusive Halloween Costumes
Published Oct. 4, 2019
By Maggie Strange, PT, and Tiffany Keenum, SPT One of the best parts of Halloween is undoubtedly the costumes! Parents love to see their children experience the excitement of dressing up and participating in trick-or-treating or other Halloween acti…
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Lariah and Forever Nurse Mary
Published Sept. 20, 2019
By Lariah’s mom, Lavelle Nurse Mary came into our lives at a very difficult time, but the perfect time. Lariah was very fragile with a lot of breathing difficulties, g-tube fed, and needed 24-hour care. After 18 months at Children’s Hospital we were…
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Leila and Forever Nurses Cindy and Margie
Published Sept. 13, 2019
Our patient Leila lives with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, a genetic disorder that causes progressive muscle weakness and leaves Leila in need of constant care. For the past six years, that constant care has come from Leila’s Aveanna Forever Nurses, Cind…
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