By TMoM Team Member Rachel Hoeing
In today’s Sunday Spotlight:
- Sean Miles Law
- Tackle Advocacy
- Davis & Goldberg Orthodontics
- High Point Friends School
- MIS-C and COVID-19 in Children
Sean Miles Law: Helping You Put Your Family First
Sean Miles Law wants to help you prioritize your family. With a focus on Wills, Power of Attorney, Probate, and Estate Planning, they work hard so you don’t have to. Attorney Sean Miles and his family are available 7 days a week. Let them take on the load … you have enough to worry about.
Sean Miles Law is not your normal 9-5 law office. This virtual law office is open 7 days a week because your legal needs should not have to wait. Sean Miles Law comes to you when and where it is convenient for you and your schedule. They prioritize clients by offering free phone consultations, affordable rates, flexible hours, and attention to detail. They communicate through text, email, and Facebook Messenger. Check Sean Miles Law out on Facebook and at seanmileslaw.com.
Call today: 336-355-2129. People deserve to be able to put their family first and Sean Miles Law is here to help.
Tackle Advocacy and Your Child’s IEP
Move your child’s education forward! Now is the time to revisit your child’s IEP or 504 plan to ensure that existing goals, modifications and accommodations are appropriate for a distance learning model. With students spending at least the first nine weeks of the 2020-2021 school year learning virtually, it’s more critical than ever to make sure your child is on a path to success.
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requirements for IEP or 504 development and review cannot be waived during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, schools’ methods to meet these requirements may look different during this unprecedented time. Collaboration between home and school is essential to determine if existing IEP goals or 504 accommodations are right for your student’s school year.
Annie B. Trent, with Tackle Advocacy, can help! As a special education advocate, she is here to ensure that your child’s specific learning needs are met. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website here!
Free Consultation at Davis & Goldberg Orthodontics
Did you know that the American Association of Orthodontists recommends all children have their first orthodontic evaluation by the age of seven? This gives orthodontists the chance to evaluate a child’s mouth while it’s still developing and diagnose any potential issues before they become more serious.
At Davis & Goldberg Orthodontics, they are proud to offer these initial evaluations free of charge! There’s no dental referral necessary, either. If you have a child around this age, it’s the perfect time to take a look at their dental development. Because every smile is unique, Davis & Goldberg offers a range of customized treatment options to fit your child’s specific needs, including traditional metal braces, clear ceramic braces, lingual braces, and Invisalign clear aligners.
Your child deserves the best chance at a beautiful smile! Schedule a FREE consultation by visiting their website at davisgoldbergorthodontics.com.
High Point Friends School – Where Their Tomorrow Starts Today
High Point Friends School provides a rich and challenging education while emphasizing the core Quaker values of Simplicity, Peace, Integrity, Community, Equality, and Stewardship. A hallmark of a Friends School is the belief that each child has unique gifts and talents.
The foundation of the educational experience is built upon the idea that a student’s character – what kind of person they are becoming – is as important to their growth as their intellectual development and exploration. High Point Friends School is offering in-person classes beginning in August for Toddlers through 8th grade. To learn more about what a Friends Education could mean for your child, visit HPFS.org.
Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome (MIS-C) and COVID-19 in Children
Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C) is a very rare and relatively new disease that is not yet completely understood, but at this time, health experts believe it is a complication of a delayed inflammatory response to a COVID-19 infection. “This is a new disease but we are constantly learning more about how various organs can be affected, including the heart,” said Kacy Ramirez, M.D., a pediatric infectious disease physician with Brenner Children’s Hospital. Dr. Ramirez explains this condition in the latest pediatric podcast including symptoms, possible cause, diagnosis, and treatment options. Listen to the podcast here. For more podcasts click here.
- Sponsored by Sean Miles Law, Tackle Advocacy, Davis & Goldberg Orthodontics, High Point Friends School and Brenner Children’s.
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