Kids Health Matters
Archive: March, 2019
When Jenna Robinson was born, she only weighed three pounds and doctors told her parents she’d never be a “rocket scientist.” Now 28, she holds a Master’s degree in social work and has dedicated her life to helping individuals lead more independent lives.
Mar. 27, 2019
Cerebral Palsy Won’t Slow Wes Down, He’s Unstoppable
Wes Jackson is a thoughtful, kind and inquisitive kid. He also has cerebral palsy, but he won't let that (or anything else for that matter) get in his way. Get to know Wes and his family, you'll be glad you did.
Mar. 21, 2019
Safety and Wellness
4 Tips for Warding Off Seasonal Illness - Elderberry, Garlic, Shiitake, and More!
It's that time of year when darker winter days beckon us to stay indoors and we are less likely to get outside, often stuck in closed spaces where germs spread like raging forest fires. This is when we are hit the hardest by colds and the flu. Times like these can deeply affect our sense of well-being. Yet there are ways in which everyone can take the reins of their own health by boosting the immune system during the long winter months
Mar. 12, 2019
All Kinds of Weather, We Stick Together: Laney and Lilah’s Cerebral Palsy Story
Laney and Lilah are feisty, happy twin sisters. They share a diagnosis of cerebral palsy, but that is just one aspect of their lives. More importantly, they dance, they laugh and occasionally throw things.
Mar. 5, 2019