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    Pediatric Associates Community Courier

    February 2019


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    Have a Child Who Identifies as Gay or Transgender?

    Lighthouse Youth Service's Faith in Families is a program for families who are looking for support when their child identifies as gay or transgender. Knowing that parents operate from a place of love and concern, Faith in Families is a terrific program that can help you navigate a stressful situation with love and compassion.




    Free Event for Kids, ages 4-16! (Slam Dunks for Health)


    Pediatric Associates is a sponsor of the 3rd Annual Slam Dunks for Health from 1-3 pm on Sunday, Feb 24 at Sports of All Sorts in Florence near our Mt Zion office. This fun, free event is hosted by The Kentucky Enforcers Basketball team and promotes healthy activity.  Please join us!  You can learn more at




    World Down Syndrome Day 5k/10k Walk/Run and Kids Fun Run

    World Down Syndrome Day is celebrated on March 21 (3/21) to signify the 3rd copy of the 21st chromosome present in people with Down syndrome. One way you can celebrate is to sign-up to walk or run.




    It Is Not Too Early to Think About Back to School

    Yes, even though it is still cold out and school is still in session it is not too early to set up your appointment for your annual checkup this summer.  Our schedule is open through August so you can schedule now and get your pick of days and times.  We follow the American Academy of Pediatrics recommendation that all children are seen annually for a checkup.  Give us a call to set up your appointment today.

    Practice News

    Employee Highlight!

    Connie has worked for Pediatric Associates for 21 years. She started in Medical Records and transferred to Billing once we transitioned to Electric Health Records. 

     She is hard working and very dedicated to get insurance claims paid in a timely manner.

     She has three wonderful grandchildren and is an avid shopper.




    PANK Book Review: Dare: The New Way to End Anxiety and Panic Attacks

    Looking for a great way to approach anxiety and panic?  Dare by Barry McDonagh has been out since 2015 and is a simple way to handle stressful situations. The book is geared to teens and parents, but the principles of how to allow anxiety into your life without letting it control your life can be applied to all ages.  You can check it out here.



    Upcoming Appointment?

    We are moving to a new appointment reminder system.  During this transition you may receive an extra email, call or text message.  We are sorry for any inconvenience.  It seems better to remind you twice than not at all.  If you have any thoughts about this new system please let us know so we can continue to meet your needs.




    Parenting Corner 

    A fun activity to do with the entire family is strength spotting. Each family member has unique character strengths, so try out this twist on March Madness strength spotting style for the month of March and see which strengths shine through for your family.

    For more information on strength spotting or any parent questions/concerns you may have, feel free to contact our Parenting Specialist, Kerry 513-570-0941 to set up an appointment at our Crestview Hills Down Under Location. You can also connect with Kerry through Facebook live on our Facebook page 2/27 at noon.





    eStatements Available

    We now offer e-statements! This is a convenient way to get your statement and pay it online. Use the address PAY.INSTAMED.COM/PEDASSOC and set up a username and password. Once you do this you will automatically be set up for e-statements. You will also be able to see your statements, pay online, and see previous payments. So go green today and save time with e-statements.

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