A March 2021 survey found that 61% of respondents had used telehealth vs. less than 20% in March 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic created a need for a safe way to visit with a medical provider
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March is Developmental Disabilities Month. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the United States has experienced an increase in children with developmental disabilities.
DMG Children’s Rehabilitative Services (DMG CRS) has expanded dental health services, including more space and two new dentists.
Adolescents and young adults may try to hide their struggles because of fear, shame, or a sense of responsibility to avoid burdening others.
Did you know November was American Diabetes Month? About 210,000 Americans under age 20 are estimated to have diagnosed diabetes.
The holidays are a time of peace, love, joy, and family, but it’s also a time where schedules are irregular, routines are disrupted, meals are heavier, and sugar abounds.
October is Dental Hygiene Month, which is somewhat ironic as Halloween, the day of the year where children probably get more candy than ever, also is in October. So, why not take this month to talk to your children about the importance of taking care of their teeth?
Pediatric physical therapists provide services for children with developmental disabilities from birth to 21 years-old; in addition, the team provides support and education to the patient’s family.
Did you know September is Newborn Screening Awareness Month? Newborn screening allows identification and treatment of a disease before symptoms even emerge.
As you and your children are part of the DMG Children’s Rehabilitative (DMG CRS) family, we want to ensure you know we are always here for you. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, DMG CRS has remained open to support the health of our patients and their families.