For New Year’s parties, healthy tips for kids

With New Year’s celebrations approaching this week, many young children will be taking part in yet another round of parties centered around food. Even if you’re playing it low key this year, there are likely still platters of Christmas leftovers that your children are continuing to chow down on. In the above “Ask The Expert” video, … Continue reading For New Year’s parties, healthy tips for kids

How aquatic therapy can benefit children with disabilities

The following post was written by Elizabeth Niesman, a Physical Therapist at Our Children’s House at Baylor. Not everyone loves being in a pool, but for those kids who do, it can be a great addition to therapy they may be receiving on land. Being in the pool is a fun, unconventional place to work on therapy goals. … Continue reading How aquatic therapy can benefit children with disabilities

Why sleep deprivation can affect your child’s performance in school

The new school year is upon us, and children are forced to go back to their regular school sleep schedules. This may mean that they’re getting less sleep than in the summer months, and for many parents, sleep deprivation is a real concern. Sleep deprivation affects every aspect of the child’s life, from friends and … Continue reading Why sleep deprivation can affect your child’s performance in school