As if living in the time of COVID-19 isn’t challenging enough, now parents are faced with the really difficult decision about whether or not to send their children back to school.
Here is what you need to know about COVID testing in our area, including a list of questions based on CDC recommendations that may help you decide when to seek testing.
Pediatricians are sounding the alarm that kids may be at an increased risk of drowning during the coronavirus pandemic. Ali Griffin, APRN, offers tips to help keep everyone safe around water this summer.
The hopeful news is that experts in the field agree that kids find honest, developmentally appropriate conversations about race to be beneficial. (Hughes et al., 2006). As always, if it’s mentionable, it’s (more) manageable.
By knowing what to look for when it comes to reducing risks in early childhood centers, you’ll be better prepared to answer this question for your family.
The takeaway is that this newly reported condition in children is VERY, VERY rare. Knowing what to look for is important. But even more important is keeping calm, keeping everything in perspective, and having access to accurate information. Call us with questions or concerns. We’re here for you.
We’re now scheduling Telehealth appointments with Dr. Weiss. We want to meet you where you are to provide the care you need.
While we continue to follow guidelines to keep everyone safe, we’re looking forward to seeing you now and over the summer so that everyone is ready for a healthy start to a new school year. Call today to confirm your child’s summer physical appointment.
In an abundance of caution, we ask that patients older than 2 and any accompanying caregivers wear a cloth face covering for well and sick visits.
We’re continuing to provide safe care for children. Call us first!