What’s it like to live with autism? Sebastian, our 10-year old Weiss Pediatric patient and guest blogger, helps us understand. He writes, “I’m the cool kid that knows about it and I’m going to teach you.”
We did it! Weiss Pediatric Care is recognized by the National Committee on Quality Assurance (NCQA) as a Level 3 Patient Centered Medical Home, joining an elite group of medical professionals in the country to achieve this designation. Here’s what that means for you and your children…
Weiss Pediatric Care is delighted to feature a guest blog from the Counseling and Academic Services Department at Out-of-Door Academy that provides parents with a context and even the words for talking to kids about this tough subject.
It’s not too late to reduce your children’s risk of getting the flu. While our flu vaccines are far from perfect, they are the best way to prevent kids from getting sick from the flu.
We asked Weiss Pediatric Care’s go-to expert, Dr. Robert Weiss, to give us short answers to complex questions about flu. What you need to know about flu diagnosis and treatment for your children right now.
Weiss Pediatric Care will be closed in observance of the holidays on December 25th and January 1st. Whenever the office is closed, you can be assured that we’re here for you ’round the clock! Just one more way that Weiss Pediatric Care offers pediatric care for Sarasota/Manatee County families that goes above and beyond!
Though never a welcome guest, if your child comes down with a “bug” over the holidays, fever may just turn out to be your holiday’s super hero, helping your child get better faster!
Instead of spreading germs this holiday season, spread the word about the “Chicken Wing” – a strategy for keeping everyone healthy around the holidays and all year round too!
The holidays are upon us! Here is a list of our scheduled closings, and how to reach us if you need us after hours.
The Colonial Oaks Boulevard entry/exit to our office is temporarily closed during a construction project. Please use Cattleman Lane, just north of Colonial Oaks Boulevard, during the construction period.