Category Archives: Seizures

3 Ways to Prepare for RSV and Flu Season – Special Needs Edition


RSV, Cold, and Flu season is here, it begins around October and goes through May.  Flu shot vaccine helps prevent spreading of the flu virus.  There are many reasons why people you should go out and get the flu shot, but if you have a special needs child getting a flu shot is critical to their health.  Max received his flu shot once they became available, and we all (my family) plan to receive one for Max’s health.  Please go out and get your flu shot to prevent the flu illness.

Respiratory Syncytical Virus (RSV) is a common cold in most, but in premature babies it can be fatal if not treated properly.

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6 ways to Take Care of You!


As a new mom, this year has been daunting, exciting, and an overwhelming journey of taking care of home, husband, and Max.  But as many moms and nurturers do, we tend to neglect ourselves in the process.  This is especially true when you have a child with special health challenges.  My husband Brandon and I, will run to and from, and here and there, all for Max.  Sadly, after the many  hospital visits, doctors appointments, and therapy sessions, we seldom remember to take time out for ourselves. 


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