How the Brain Injury Association of Virginia is Helping the Community

Traumatic brain injuries can be life changing experiences for both the victim and the people in their lives. They’re some of the most detrimental injuries a person can face. Unfortunately, many people who suffer a brain injury will no longer be able to function in the...

7 Tips for Pediatric Telemedicine Appointments

  One of the many new experiences we’ve had during quarantine (aside from cutting our spouse’s hair and homeschooling our kids…) is telemedicine visits. In many ways, telemedicine is incredibly convenient, particularly with kids—you don’t have to wrangle...

Parenting A Special Needs Child During Quarantine

  Sara Hood has met many challenges over the course of her life. Born into a Sudanese refugee camp, she recovered from a heart attack at age 23 after the birth of her first child, Josiah, with NFL player Ziggy Hood. Now 9, Josiah has autism, and she is a fierce...

COVID & Kids: What to Know About the New Inflammatory Syndrome

  Have you been hearing about the inflammatory syndrome being linked to COVID-19 cases in kids? This new development is frightening for families, especially as we weigh the possibility of camp, and school not too far on the horizon. We reached out to the experts...

Get Outside and Walk the 7 Hills of Richmond!

The routes below were kindly shared by reddit user u/trashymob and are a great way to get out of the house, enjoy the spring weather, and get to explore the city of Richmond, all while still maintaining distance. For our family, being able to take regular walks in our...

Where to Purchase Cloth Face Masks Online!

This story was originally published on Stamford Moms.   The CDC has recommended that in instances where social distancing is impossible, people over the age of 2 wear non-medical masks, saying this is meant to slow the spread of the virus, and help people who may...

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