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CBD and You; Is it Worth the Risk?

By Jennie Shafer / 10 months ago

CBD CBD oil is really having a moment, isn’t it? Everyone and their dog (literally), is taking it. Is it something you should look into? Is it safe for your children? This topic in particular can get confusing quickly and I’ve referenced multiple sites here to keep everything straight. You can run a quick google […]

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5 Reasons Every Entrepreneur Should Join a Mastermind Group

By Jennie Shafer / last year

5 Reasons Every Entrepreneur Should Join a Mastermind Group “Deliberately seek the company of people who influence you to think and act on building the life you desire.” Napoleon Hill Everyone’s talking about mastermind groups right now; a group of peers who mentor one another, that meet up either virtually, or in person, to invest […]

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Is It Time to Discharge? 10 Steps to Clarity

By Jennie Shafer / a couple of years ago

Is It Time to Discharge? 10 Steps to Clarity. Are you struggling with knowing if it’s time to discharge a pediatric patient? Do you feel unsure if the family or your supervisor will approve? Use this checklist to feel more confident in your decision. 1. Go back to the initial evaluation and review their performance, […]

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Hypotonia and Your Baby

By Jennie Shafer / a couple of years ago

Hypotonia (Low Muscle Tone)     What is it? Hypotonia, or low muscle tone is when the muscles of the body have a lower resistance to tension or being stretched. Tone is resistance to muscle stretch. Typical muscle tone resists gravity easily. You don’t have to constantly think about holding yourself upright while walking or […]

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Down Syndrome & Autism

By Jennie Shafer / a couple of years ago

Down Syndrome & Autism   Is dual diagnosis possible?    As a treating therapist, I have come across only 1 child whose mother reported dual diagnoses and have met only one other child who I suspected had both conditions.  Interestingly enough, both are hispanic boys, though that is consistent with my typical population.    Down Syndrome (DS) […]