To bring awareness year-round (don't forget to celebrate April as World Autism Month!), I've put together a resource guide for parents, children, and young adults that focuses specifically on Fort Worth.
Parents need to create a good foundation of bladder and bowel habits early on. Recognizing signs of constipation, encouraging full bladder and bowel voiding, and incorporating adequate nutrition and activity throughout the day is essential.
This is more than teeth brushing and flossing. We're talking injuries, warning signs, and how oral health impacts speech, chewing, and more.
There is a formula to making a meal-replacement smoothie that will save you from the recipe hunt. Every smoothie can be made with five to six ingredients while being healthy, delicious, and satisfy your hunger.
I’ve experienced nothing but benefits from living my mostly-sober life: I sleep better, I eat better, my clothes fit better, I don’t wake up groggy or with a headache, I have more energy and clarity.
For many of these locations especially the larger county-run sites, it is important that you have identification for both you and your child. If you have a vaccination card, bring it with you as well to every vaccination appointment.
I will not go into great detail about the decisions we've made previously, starting way back in March 2020, but I will relay two core principles that are important to us, including COVID-19 vaccine facts.