How to Have a Realistic, But Joyful, Holiday

BLOG How to Have a Realistic, But Joyful, Holiday December 10, 2019 The holidays can be a time of wonder, joy and togetherness, especially for children. But they can also be a time of stress, worry or sadness. There’s something about the holidays that can magnify...

Caring for the Caregiver – Simple Ways to Practice Self-Care

BLOG Caring for the Caregiver – Simple Ways to Practice Self-Care November 19, 2019 November is National Family Caregivers Month, a time to honor those like you who selflessly take care of others. (Though we hope people recognize and thank you more than once a...

Managing Your Fear When Your Child Is Seriously Ill

BLOG Managing Your Fear When Your Child Is Seriously Ill October 29, 2019 ​Having a child with any illness or injury, nevertheless a life-changing one, can be a terrifying experience. And as a parent, your first concern is likely how to comfort your child and help...

Helping Your Child Return to School

BLOG Back to School: Helping Your Child Return to School After a Life-Changing Illness or Injury  September 7, 2019 For most kids, the first day of school is both exciting (new school supplies, new clothes, new friends!), and nerve-wracking (new teachers, new...

How to Help a Friend When Their Child Is Ill

BLOG How to Help a Friend When Their Child is Ill August 5, 2019 Sadly, most of us know someone whose child has been diagnosed with a life-changing illness – whether it’s cancer, diabetes or severe asthma. And it’s natural to want to help. It’s equally normal to feel...

6 Myths about PTSD

BLOG 6 Myths About PTSD June 27, 2019 Today is PTSD Awareness Day, and while the term is well-known, it is often misunderstood. In fact, there are many myths about PTSD that can prevent people from seeking treatment. The most prevalent one? That PTSD only happens to...