One more month of summer and it is time to get in those last travel excursions before school begins! FEMA offers some helpful tips for safe travel both domestic and abroad. Check out their recommendations.
Bianca, our Medical Home Care Coordinator, wants to inform you of a full-day statewide Transition conference specifically planned for parents of children with disabilities between the ages of 14 and 22 who are transitioning from school into the adult world. The conference will be held in Worcester on Sept 20 with registration by Aug 29. Use this link to register. Click here for more information.
Hurricane season is officially upon us with storms often starting in June; most occur July through September. While we do not get as many devastating hurricanes as some other areas, our coastal region has been the target of some bad ones over the years. Damage and loss due to our coastal waters is often more of an issue than the wind. But power interruptions are common and troublesome. So, here is a guide from our American Association of Pediatrics for your information and preparedness.
Wareham Pediatrics is SO PLEASED to be closely associated with Boston Children’s Hospital and congratulate them and all of us for being ranked as the #1 children’s hospital by U.S. News and World Report.
The three of us working together (you our patients, Wareham Pediatrics, and Boston Children’s Hospital) have teamed in this winning combination. Congratulations to Boston Children’s Hospital and thank you, our patients for giving us the honor!