Quarantine related to the COVID-19 pandemic has created unique challenges to families. Many parents are attempting to work, homeschool, and parent simultaneously! As a result of all this home time, various pediatric behavioral challenges have emerged or have been amplified. Here is more information that discusses how to manage some COVID-19 quarantine behavioral issues.
The American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Medical Association have stressed the importance of continued routine well care for infants, children, and adolescents during the CoViD-19 pandemic. These posters illustrate what is screened and performed during these appointments Know that your KPA team’s goal is to keep our patients and their families healthy and […]
The following checklist will help you prepare for your child’s appointment via telemedicine. Please check in 30 minutes before your appointment so that we can gather insurance information and co-pay. It is also helpful to be in a well-lit area with your child that is free of distractions such as toys, pets and siblings. Set […]
The pandemic has forced all of us to reevaluate our practices and to try new things. KPA has started telemedicine visits and it has been quite a learning curve. Telemedicine visits are appropriate for rashes, ADHD rechecks, travel visits and more. We can check your child with telehealth and determine if they need to be […]
Whether students are out of school for weather, summer or during this challenging time of school closures and social distancing, they can still remain on track with their school work and keep up with their studies. The Summer Skills program is the perfect program to help them. I have previously used these workbooks for my […]
It’s hard not to go out and spend time with friends, especially for my kids, but coming up with fun ways to work together and and have fun outside has made our extra time spent together very special. These are some highlights of what we’ve been doing together while playing outside, playing board games and […]