This time of year, we usually post back to school safety tips about backpacks and things of that nature, but this year with all going on we thought we would look at our kids safety during this pandemic, and how to best prepare them for returning to the classroom. We have compiled a list of tips, tricks, and suggestions that we hope will make this transition smoother for all of our families. In this blog learn about Mask safety, do a quick craft to secure your little ones lanyard to their person, memorize and practice proper hand washing, and find a fun way to greet their classmates while sticking to social distancing guidelines.
When it comes to equipment and gadgets for baby, the possibilities are endless, but some options are not the safest or healthiest choice for the development of your baby. When considering types of equipment to buy, register for, or use for baby, here is some useful information to keep in mind.
Have you been to one of our locations, and wondered about the Legacy of Love Wall? We are so grateful for the community of friends of the Rehab who have helped us over the years. This Wall is a way we have been honoring the memory of our giving and supportive community since its installation in 1994.
Horticultural Therapy is a treatment option that is able to be implemented in multiple disciplines we offer at West Texas Rehabilitation Center. Currently our Abilene Pediatric therapists are among the first at the center who have included horticultural therapy in their treatments. While it is obvious from seeing the joy our patients have during their horticultural therapy interactions, there are truly many benefits of horticultural therapy use within a rehabilitation environment.
Flat feet, high arches, bunions, hammer toes, plantar fasciitis, and heel pain, buzzwords that we are all likely familiar with; but what do your feet reveal about your musculoskeletal system?