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postpartum anger

Postpartum Anger & Rage: What Parents Need to Know

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“I just feel so angry.” “The anger comes out of nowhere.” “I am just so restless and agitated.” Often when we think about the postpartum period, we think of sweet baby snuggles, cute little clothes, and...
beyond boundaries

My Child Struggles with Reading: Functional Vision & How It Impacts Learning

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Have a child that struggles with reading? As parents, we all want what's best for our children's health and their learning. So, it comes as no surprise to hear that vision and reading go hand-in-hand....
special needs diagnosis

Special Needs Diagnosis & Beyond: Advice from Moms Who Have Been There

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Being the parent of a child with a special needs diagnosis comes with unique challenges. From the moment that first diagnosis is shared, to the search for care as their child grows, every step...

Activities of Daily Living: What Are They & How Therapy Can Help

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Our job as parents is to help our kids grow, develop, and thrive. And while it's not a commonly used term in everyday life, a big part of kids' development focuses on "Activities of Daily...
foss swim school fargo

6 Tips to Keep Kids Safe Around Water This Summer

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This article was adapted from content originally published on FossSwimSchool.com. Every kid should have the ability to help themselves if they unexpectedly fall into the water. And it's each parent’s job to help their child be as...
vance thompson vision

Nearsightedness in Kids: Prevention & Correction

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Nearsightedness (also called myopia) is one of the most common eye problems in kids today. Like many moms, I think kids are just adorable in glasses! However, there's better technology to help kids with nearsightedness,...
Child abuse prevention

Child Abuse Prevention: Taking Care of Yourself

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April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. The Red River Children’s Advocacy Center (RRCAC) in Fargo is presenting this article as part of a 4-part series to help educate on child abuse prevention. RRCAC’s mission is to facilitate healing...
womens way

Reality Check: Why You Should Schedule Your Mammo and Pap Test Today

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Being a woman is hard. As if our daily (and monthly) demands aren’t enough, someone decided we need to add mammograms and Pap tests to our lists, too.  Ladies, I feel your frustration. I’ve even caught myself contemplating...
Child abuse prevention, child online

Child Abuse Prevention: Online Safety

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April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. The Red River Children’s Advocacy Center (RRCAC) in Fargo is presenting this article as part of a 4-part series to help educate on child abuse prevention. RRCAC’s mission is to facilitate healing and...
Emotional regulation

Emotional Regulation in Kids: How Occupational Therapy Can Help

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Have you ever found yourself overwhelmed in a situation where the TV is on, something is burning in the kitchen, your child is asking for help with their homework, the dog is barking to...