Our team of Pediatric Mental Health Professionals are often asked by parents how to talk to their kids about traumatic events and violence. With the recent tragic events that have happened in our country, the team has pulled together a list of tips to help parents through difficult conversations.
Summer is on its way out and oftentimes, the lazy days of summer allow for more freedoms such as staying up late, increased screen time, and enjoying snacks throughout the day. It can be quite the shock (for both parents and children) when it’s time to head back to school. Our team has pulled together favorite tips for getting back to a school friendly schedule.
As we hit mid-summer, we wanted to share some parenting tips that our pediatric team has found to be helpful. Hang in there parents and caregivers – you’ve got this!
Our Speech-Language therapy team works to improve the total communication of the children we serve, and for the month of May, our team is bringing awareness to what Communication Across the Lifespan can mean.
Providing outpatient mental health services to children and young adults, so they may reach their maximum potential to participate in everyday activities.
Our Early Intervention team has created a months’ worth of engaging activities to help families focus, connect and enjoy the precious time they spend together.
We have been on a year-long journey to create a welcoming space to serve our families, and the time has finally come to prepare for the move! Starting Monday, April 29, you will find us at our NEW LOCATION: 4530 Northern Sky Drive, Bismarck.
For the month of April, our team is encouraging children to identify an area of focus: Mindfulness, Positive Thinking and Daily Routines and celebrating Making the Impossible, Possible!
Please join the Fargo Team, Tuesday, April 2 for a World Autism Awareness Day Celebration!
3060 Frontier Way South, Fargo; 6:30pm – 7:15pm
Join our team of Pediatric Mental Health Specialists for a day filled with engaging conversation focused on our children’s mental health. We will share from our experience, how we all are part of your child’s team, and how we can best support the unique needs along your child’s journey. This event has been postponed to a later date – we apologize for any inconvenience.