New Graduate Nursing - An Interview with a PPHC Nurse

Making an Impact: PPHC’s New Graduate Nursing Program Interview

Getting a job as a new graduate nurse can be daunting. As with any position, employers want to hire candidates who have experience, but getting the experience is impossible without first being hired. Here at Professional Pediatric Home Care, we strive to give nurses the skills they need to provide high-quality clinical care through our Pediatric RN New Graduate Program. …

Messy mealtimes? Try the Ez Pz Mat

Ez Pz Happy Mats: Less Mealtime Mess for Special Needs Kids

Meals can be exceptionally difficult times of the day for children and their parents. Outbursts, picky eaters, and fidgeting are problems all children deal with during mealtimes. Special needs children are no different. Many parents of children with special needs search for solutions for some of the frustrations the family dinner table can cause. We recently discovered an ingenious invention …

A School Emergency Plan for Children with Epilepsy

Children with epilepsy should have a plan in place at school for how best to respond to medical emergencies. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has released guidance suggesting prescribing providers, families, and schools collaborate develop such plans detailing the use of seizure rescue medications. Adam L. Hartman, MD, from Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland, and colleagues published their recommendations …