If your child is hurt, having seizures, or is not responsive, you must call an ambulance. Are you prepared to give all needed information to the responders without missing something? Most people are not.
Let’s look at some ways to make this critical situation go a little smoother.
Most of all, keep calm! Stress and anxiety clutters your thoughts and actions, making it easy to miss something that may be important.
Making a decision that goes against your doctor’s advice is tough to do but sometimes we must make those decisions. Learn about one family’s decision-making process when in this position.
Starting home health services is sometimes an emotional process because, as parents, we believe that we can care for our child better than anyone and that we should be the one caring for them. However, some of us need help because of the complexity of our child’s needs.
I’ve been thinking a lot about how to protect my son from bullying, but the older he gets, the more I must relinquish control of his activities. Here are some ideas to help our kids protect themselves as they become more independent.