PCMC Coordinators – transitions

Many Intermountain Spina Bifida Support Group members visit the Spina Bifida Clinic at Primary Children’s Medical Center in Salt Lake City. PCMC’s liason with the ISB support group, Tamara Atwood, will be leaving in February 2011 and Nina Goldstein will be taking her place. During the transition, they offered up for blog readers a few […]

Living with Spina Bifida section

One of the sections of UtahSpinaBifida.org is entitled, “Living with Spina Bifida.” This section features videos from the Spring 2010 activity, “Transition into Adulthood Begins in Infancy,” hosted by the Intermountain Spina Bifida Support Group and the Spina Bifida Clinic at Primary Children’s Medical Center. Parents and specialists guide you through transitions from birth through adulthood. […]

Feeding Issues in Young Children

By Joel Manwill, Occupational Therapist Frequently, babies and children with a history of reflux or GERD or other gastro-intestinal issues begin to have food and/or feeding aversions. The severity of these aversions can range from being a little picky sometimes to downright refusing all foods and requiring nourishment via feeding tubes. The following information is […]

Utah Parent Center

As a new parent of a child with a disability I am just beginning to get experience and to learn.  Everything is new.  And most people in my circle of friends and family have no experience to draw from in helping or advising my husband and I.  Many times, so far, I have thought to […]

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