Category Archives: Medical / Therapies

When You Need Rainbows and Unicorns

When You Need Rainbows and Unicorns

It has been a hard couple of months. My daughter got disappointing results on the Sensory Integration and Praxis Test, despite having been in occupational therapy for four years. According to her most recent scope, she probably has some other food allergies lurking, causing reactions in her GI tract. We’re having to go through medical review…Continue Reading

Sudden Death Due To Epilepsy

Sudden Death Due To Epilepsy

November is Epilepsy Awareness Month. We will be hosting a month long campaign that will provide valuable information, facts, resources about Epilepsy, and what you can do to not only manage the day to day living with epilepsy but also become a voice to be heard. A crucial important fact regarding epilepsy that needs to…Continue Reading

Easter Help in a Allergy World

Easter Help in a Allergy World

I see a Robin, I see butter cups, I see Easter baskets in the grocery stores.  NO!  Nothing strikes terror in a Mom’s heart as quickly as realizing another holiday with candy is upon us.  If your child has dietary restriction or you choose to avoid certain additives in foods, you know what a battle…Continue Reading

Purple Day is a Day to Support Those Living with Epilepsy

Purple Day is a Day to Support Those Living with Epilepsy

Purple day is a day that is celebrated around the world to help focus and bring awareness for those who suffer from epilepsy and seizures. This day is celebrated every year on March 26th. It is an international grassroots effort dedicated to increasing awareness about epilepsy worldwide. We celebrate this day in the hopes that people…Continue Reading

Making the Decision to Homeschool

Making the Decision to Homeschool

Like I mentioned in my previous post about virtual schools, it just wasn’t an option that was ever on our radar.  My husband and I both work full time and neither of us had any significant challenges in the public school system so we just assumed that our kids would attend as well.  Ah the…Continue Reading