Agenda for the SBA Education Day held in Salt Lake

Becca Goeckeritz Speaks at Education Night

Becca Goeckeritz was involved in an auto/pedestrian accident when she was 15 months old which left her paralyzed from the waist down. Although she does not have spina bifida, as a child she was seen at the Spina Bifida clinic because of the holistic care she needed. In 2007 Becca was crowned Ms. Wheelchair Utah, […]

Annual Education Night

Primary Children’s Medical Center, together with the Intermountain Spina Bifida Support Group Invite you to our Annual Education Night Thursday, March 22, 2012 7:00 pm 3rd Floor, Auditorium   Attend our Education Night! Meet with other parents, share ideas, participate in our question/answer forum and be inspired! We will be talking about transitions. Adults and […]

Upcoming Event: Mom’s Night Out

Get together with other mothers in your area to socialize and share ideas. *Bring an item (picture, piece of equipment, website address, etc.) to show-and-tell something that has helped you or your child.  This is a social and informal night held in the home of one of our families.  We hope you can come! Dessert […]

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Annual Education Night!

Come to our Annual Education Night! Take this opportunity to socialize with other parents and participate in an open discussion with a panel of experts.  We will be addressing Social and Recreational Issues related to Spina Bifida. Primary Children’s Medical Center – Auditorium, 3rd Floor Thursday, April 7th, 2011 7:00pm All parents and teenagers are […]

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 […]

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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Five Ways to Manage Stress

As caregivers we really need to first take care of ourselves so that we have something to give to our children.  At the risk of exposing too much about myself, I would like to share something that has helped me a great deal.  When our daughter with spina bifida was born, a new level of […]

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