When Hattie was born, she could fit in the palms of your hands. After 18 weeks in the NICU, Hattie and her parents were referred to ChildServe’s Developmental Clinic to help monitor her progress and educate her parents on her physical, emotional and nutritional needs.
How can parents of children with special healthcare needs ease their anxiety about leaving their child with someone else? That’s the question Cindy asked herself while searching for respite options for her son, Aedyn.
As a young girl in Las Vegas, Rylee’s spirit and personality radiated in everything she did. She was incredibly active and showed exceptional promise on the soccer field. After an accident in 2012, the heart and strength that she usually reserved for the soccer field was redirected to another battle.
Activities like walking and riding a bike may seem simple for most teenage boys, but for Jerry, who has cerebral palsy, they were tiring, painful, and challenging. Last year, Jerry moved into a ChildServe group home and began intensive physical therapy to increase his strength.
In order to grow socially, two-year-old Bronwyn was in need of a childcare center specific to children with special health care needs. As part of the Day Health program at the ChildServe Woodland Center, Bronwyn now has an individualized care plan and receives occupational, speech, and physical therapy all in one place.