Protecting the Child, Preserving the Family, and Honoring Life
April 2020 COVID-19 Pediatric Update
April 1st, 2020

In these trying pandemic times, we hope that you found our patient handout to be helpful. We are learning more about COVID-19 daily. Face shields can block most viral spread by coughs or sneezes both from the wearer and from those around the wearer. It is nice to know that COVID-19 infections in children are mostly mild.

Growing Independence in Your Child
March 30th, 2020

Growing independence can be difficult. Parents may be unwilling to let go or the child may be unwilling to learn things on their own. Children are more likely to succeed and accomplish their goals when you help them build up their confidence and ability to make good decisions on their own. 

The Balance of Yes’s and No’s
March 23rd, 2020

How often should a parent say yes or no? There's no magic number, but here are some ways that you can be more intentional with answering your children.

March 2020 COVID-19 Pediatric Update
March 16th, 2020

Origin, disease expression, spread and testing. All things you need to know about the novel 2019 Coronavirus outbreak. After reading this, please review our other updated statements.

How Parents Can Strengthen Sibling Bonds
March 2nd, 2020

Parents have a lot of influence and responsibility over sibling-to-sibling relationships. While it is ultimately between the children to have a strong connection, parents can guide and nourish that relationship from an early age.

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