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Me and My Nurses
Published June 4, 2018
This is a story about me and my nurses. My name is Clifford but all my friends call me C.J. The J stands for Jacob. I was born with a condition called Spinal Muscular Atrophy, a neuromuscular condition similar to Spinal Muscular Dystrophy and ALS/L…
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Jaycee's Journey
Published May 29, 2018
Miss Jaycee is a superstar in every way. We had the privilege of visiting with Jaycee, her family, and her favorite nurse Gracie at her home for a fun patient photo shoot. Jaycee is a thirteen-year-old girl with a heart of gold and an outgoing perso…
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My One in a Million
Published May 13, 2018
When Sherry gave birth to her third daughter, Dominique, the nurses wouldn’t let her see her baby for what seemed like forever. She overheard doctors talking about trachs and vents and surgeries. She didn’t know what it all meant. In a moment that w…
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Community Outings
Published April 25, 2018
By Heather Moore, M.S., BCBA One hallmark symptom of Autism Spectrum Disorders is what is called rigidity or a difficulty in adapting to changing environments. Parents who have children with autism who have trouble with changing environments often …
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Incorporating Learning into Play
Published April 18, 2018
By April Cooke, M.S.W., BCBA, LBA Research has shown time and time again the importance of play to a child’s overall development, both for typically developing individuals as well as those who maintain a developmental disability. Spending time playi…
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