When the light at the end of the tunnel seems to grow dimmer, start with three simple steps.
Many kids are attending school virtually this year for the first time. Our experts are ready to help them thrive in this new setting.
Use these tips to help your child stay engaged in the classroom this year, whether they are in school or at home.
ChildServe at the National Pediatric Complex Care Association Conference
Use these tips to make story time more accessible for kids with sensory concerns and those who have trouble sitting still, focusing, and staying quiet.
A Lifetime of Benefits from Eating Together
As a parent, all you want to do is help your child reach their goals and live a great life. Telehealth therapy at ChildServe can help you do just that.
If you’re thinking, “I don’t have time for self-care,” let me remind you that when you are always giving of yourself to others, eventually you will use up your resources and need to replenish.
Screens are a bigger part of our lives than ever. What does it mean for kids?
Shonda Hershberger reflects on her days as a new mom in honor of Prematurity Awareness Month.
Adaptive Communication Myths: Busted!
Read what it took to get Max back to school and sports after two concussions.
Simple ways to support your child’s mental health.
If you’ve ever been to ChildServe you may have heard us talk about “believing in the spirit of a child.”
Learn why a team approach to concussion recovery matters.
Kids are naturally curious. If they hear the word autism at the evaluation, or hear you talking to their doctor, teacher, or friends about autism, it’s likely that they will start to ask questions.
ChildServe improves the health and well-being of more than 4,600 children each year through specialized clinical, home, and community-based programs and services. We serve children with developmental delays, disabilities, acquired injuries, and other special healthcare needs.