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Father’s Day Bonding Activities

June 16th, 2017

Father’s Day Bonding Activities

Happy Father’s Day! For some reason, finding the perfect gift for Dad always seems a bit more difficult than a month ago when we were purchasing flowers or chocolates, creating homemade art...

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3 Tips to Promote Grasp Development in Preschoolers

February 18th, 2016

By age 4, a child should be using a tripod grasp, in which the pencil is held between the thumb and index finger with the pencil resting on the third finger, or a quadruped grasp, in which the pencil is held between the thumb, index finger, and...

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High Points in Feeding Tube History

February 12th, 2016

As we celebrate Feeding Tube Awareness this February, take a moment to reflect upon how far tube feeding has come since its beginning, approximately 3500 years ago.

The first recorded attempt to provide some type of tube feeding dates back...

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Epic Patient Superstar – Gabriella Ramirez

February 3rd, 2016

Our February Epic Patient Superstar is Gabriella Ramirez. Gabriella is a precious Epic patient who is diagnosed with mosaicism. Mosaicism, a chromosome mutation, means that some of Gabriella’s cells have different genetic makeup than others....

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An Epic Gift of Literacy

January 29th, 2016

Going above and beyond to help patients and their families is the Epic way; Lacey Grant and her North Texas clinics and branches are no exception to this standard medicamento similar a viagra. As a children’s author, Lacey is passionate about...

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World Braille Day

January 4th, 2016

Since its creation in 1824, braille has granted millions of visually impaired individuals worldwide the ability to live a life of normalcy by creating a means of reading and writing books, music, maps, and much more. Louis Braille, the creator...

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Therapy Activities for Engagement

December 16th, 2015

Too often the therapist arrives at a patient’s home and the child is slow to engage in therapy activities or even separate from the parent or caregiver. NOW, the question is what to do to help the child separate more easily and prepare the...

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Epic Superstar: Jason

November 30th, 2015

Jason, an amazingly inspiring young man, has been with Epic Health Services (formerly Nurses to Go) since August of 2012. He’s 18 years old and daily tackles the challenges of multiple physical ailments including fetal alcohol syndrome and a...

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Holoprosencephaly Awareness & Therapy Treatments

November 28th, 2015

A Congenital Brain Disorder

Holoprosencephaly is a congenital brain disorder caused by a failure of an embryo’s forebrain to divide to form bilateral cerebral hemispheres (the left and right halves of the brain), causing defects in the...

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FOXG1 Awareness Month

November 25th, 2015

In 2013, The International FOXG1 Foundation was founded by parents of children with FOXG1 – a severe neurological condition characterized by seizures, the inability to control body movements, and a lack of speech. The goal of the Foundation...

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