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Rett Syndrome

From the moment they’re born, you’re obsessed with teaching and watching your baby grow. Whether it’s taking their first steps or learning how to communicate, it can be exciting to see their progress. But, if your child suddenly seems to be regressing in their development, it can be alarming. What is causing the regression? Can…

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Rett Syndrome

Caring for a Child With Autism

When you first meet your child, you can’t help but think that there is nothing more perfect in the world. You instantly fall in love, and you’ll do everything in your power to protect your baby. This concept only grows as they get older and begin learning the skills they need to develop. But sometimes,…

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Caring for a Child With Autism

Autism in Children

Having a child means your world revolves around them. You put your own needs on hold for them. Document everything and share pictures and videos with loved ones. Play with them, feed them, bathe them. Sometimes, everything is going well, and you do your routine as usual. But, what happens if you’ve noticed something unusual?…

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Autism in Children

Caregiver Stress Management

As a caregiver, you’re responsible for taking care of loved ones, answering questions, and juggling tasks while remaining put together and positive. It’s a lot to handle, and sometimes the stress of the day can be overwhelming — especially amidst a global pandemic like COVID-19. You know that stress can be detrimental to your health,…

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Caregiver Stress Management

Nutrition Tips for Children with Down Syndrome

Receiving any kind of medical diagnosis for a child can be devastating. At the end of the day, no matter your life’s circumstances, you want the best for them. So, after the initial shock, you start looking for information. What does it all mean? How will it impact your child’s life? What can you do…

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Nutrition Tips for Children with Down Syndrome

Local Seamstress Makes Face Masks To Help During COVID-19 Pandemic

March 2020 has brought widespread uncertainty and worldwide unrest with the coronavirus pandemic. In addition to the healthcare crisis, hospitals in several countries are running out of supplies — and small businesses everywhere are worried about their future. With the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)’s recommendations of social distancing and cities issuing stay at home orders, these…

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Local Seamstress Makes Face Masks To Help During COVID-19 Pandemic

When Caregivers Make Life Easier

A.F. was a healthy boy until an accident in 2015. His mom, Feline, faced a parent’s worst nightmare when she found her son at the bottom of a swimming pool. She sat down with Sonas to recall her experience. “Even though I don’t know how to swim, I jumped in to get him.” But it…

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When Caregivers Make Life Easier

Born To Be a Nurse

Iris Ten is a nurse and home health caregiver of 8-year-old J.G. They met in May 2019, when J.G.’s mom looked for someone to help her take care of her son, who has muscular dystrophy, is non-verbal, and has a tracheostomy. J.G. is homeschooled and his mom stays at home with him all day to…

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Iris Ten, Sonas Nurse

Pediatric Vasculitis

Receiving a medical diagnosis for a serious health condition can feel frightening and overwhelming. The feelings are multiplied when the person with the disease is your child. What does it all mean? How did it happen? What does treatment entail? All these questions rush through your mind as you try to accept this new reality…

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Pediatric Vasculitis

COVID-19 Advisory

Update: We are continuing to monitor COVID-19. In the latest news, Florida Governor DeSantis has issued a statewide stay-at-home order requiring all persons in Florida to limit their movements and personal interactions outside of their home. This began at 12:01 AM on Friday, April 3 and is in place through April 30. Read his issued…

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COVID-19 Advisory