For School Aged Children

Approaching Milestones

As children grow up, it is amazing to see how much they quickly learn. Parents with school aged children have also learned quite a bit by now. Even though they are experienced in parenthood, each milestone, such as starting kindergarten or a new grade, can bring up new questions or concerns for them.

Senders Pediatrics is committed to providing you with the most comprehensive and cutting edge information. When an issue arises or if you are just looking for a bit more information, the internet can be a bit overwhelming and unsettling. For this reason, we have created a library of various educational topics, written uniquely by our providers themselves, to give you our take. If you do not find what you are looking for, please call our office and we would be happy to discuss it with you.

Education

Here are a few of our most popular health topics for School Aged Children. Click here to view a complete list of our Health Topics

Back to School

Back to School: Getting Ready Right The beginning of a new school year can be very exciting, but it can also be a little scary. A positive experience on the first day of school can make the ...

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Bedwetting

What is bedwetting and why does it occur? Bedwetting (nocturnal enuresis is the medical term) is defined as wetting the bed at least once a week at an age when the child no longer wears diap...

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Bicycle Safety

How early can children safely ride a bicycle? Riding a tricycle or bicycle is not age dependent but developmentally determined. As soon as a child has the motor strength to pedal, it is appr...

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Breath Holding Spells

The typical call to the pediatrician is “My 15 month-old just had a ‘blue spell’!" The parent usually reports their child was playing quietly and then suddenly collapsed on the ground, his/her l...

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Cold Care

What is a cold? A cold means different things to different people. What we will be discussing are illnesses characterized by any or all of the following: runny nose, cough, congestion, ac...

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Lice

What are lice? What is commonly referred to as “having lice” implies an infestation with a particular type of tiny little insect called the louse (plural is lice), which can only surv...

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Preventing Childhood Injuries

Injury is the leading cause of death and disability during childhood. It is very important parents are knowledgeable about keeping their children safe. The idea of injury control or childproofing can ...

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