Have you run out of your favorite salad dressing? Do not fear! Rinse out the bottle and fill it back up with this recipe instead! It’s simple, delicious AND likely healthier than the one you bought from the store! And try It on this easy and foolproof bean and avocado salad, perfect for any lunch or dinner!
Welcome to our new normal. I’m a mom of two young boys in elementary school in Westport, CT, and due to a big outbreak of coronavirus here, we’re pretty much on lockdown. Schools and gyms are closed and restaurants are open for pick up/take out only. So, in addition to being a working mom, I’m now a homeschooler of two kids, a speech and occupational therapist, and a music, art, and Spanish teacher. One thing that’s keeping me sane (at least a little?!) during this unprecedented time is MOVEMENT. I am super grateful that it’s almost spring, and the weather is allowing us to get outdoors and PLAY. Even while social distancing, there are so many ways to keep moving!
Rehabilitation Associates, Inc. is happy to offer Telehealth/E-Visits for physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, nutrition therapy and clinical social work!! Learn more about how this works from the comfort of your own home!
Our local retailers, service providers, and restaurants need our support to survive. The sharp decline in sales resulting from responsible “social distancing” can be catastrophic for small businesses running on tight margins. You can make a difference. We’ve created a comprehensive list of local businesses with links to purchase gift cards online (or via phone or email) to use tomorrow or in six months! From sporting goods to...
Covid-19 (often referred to as “coronavirus”) is clearly top of mind for all of us—moms, dads, and, as a result, kids. Even the littlest ears pick up things, and small kids can feel our anxiety as well as notice our actions. We can’t completely shield our families from talk about coronavirus, but we can try to minimize any extra stress it places on our kids. Caitlyn Dunn, LCSW, shares her best 5 tips for talking about things right now with kids.
Meatballs are one of those go-to meals that every mom needs in her tool bag. Not only do kids love them as much as adults, but they can be customized to everyone’s preference and dietary restrictions. Celiac disease? Use gluten-free breadcrumbs. Trying to limit white carbs? Put over spaghetti squash noodles or chickpea pasta. Don’t have time to cook? Use your slow cooker, or make a big batch and freeze for a later meal. This Whole 30-approved version comes straight from Whole 30 founder Melissa Urban!