Concussions turn life upside down for kids and families. ChildServe’s Concussion Clinic can help.
If your child had a broken leg, you would recognize it and take them somewhere for help.
So why, if your child has a behavioral or mental health concern, would you wait to ask for help?
As the manager at ChildServe’s Autism Program, I get to hear about life’s ups and downs from the families we serve. One thing that comes up often is the dreaded trip to the grocery store. Most parents of kids with autism have been cut by sharp words from a fellow shopper who assumes that their child is being a “brat” or that there’s something lacking in their parenting skills.
When my son was newly diagnosed with autism about a decade ago, I couldn’t fathom going to a support group. I thought it would be too overwhelming, or that hearing stories from other parents would make me insecure about my own parenting abilities.
As a mom and a physical therapist, I’m passionate about helping kids explore, stay active, and access their world. Movement plays a special role in developing a child’s cognitive and motor skills.