- BABY DEVELOPMENT QUIZ
- Pregnancy Resources
- Baby/Child Health Resources
- Baby/Child Dental Resources
- Dallas Area Family Support Resources
- Sick Child Symptom’s Checker
- Child Medical Information
- Educational Resources
- Child Safety Resources
- Financial Resource
- Yoga E-Book
Special Needs: The links below provide the services provided by the state and will guide you through the process of determining if you are eligible for nursing services in the home environment.
1) Texas Medicaid: This program is income sensitive. Contact your Medicaid representative for further information.
2) MDCP Program: This program is for Texan families that make OVER the income level to be eligible for Medicaid. However, there may be a waiting list for parents to enroll in this program.
Special Needs Kids Equipment: The following websites are accustomed to insurance and Medicaid approvals:
- Expecting a Baby: Visit our Pregnancy Resources and the doctor’s pregnancy-related blogs and the latest research news. Also, see the hospitals the doctor is affiliated with.
- Choosing a doctor that you can Trust: Read the doctor’s philosophy of care (above) and read the article on choosing the right doctor for your child and our doctor’s views on vaccination.
- Delivered a Baby: Visit our Baby/Child Health Resources and the doctor’s baby related blogs and latest research news.
- Raising a Healthy Child: Visit Child Safety Resources, Yoga E-Book, and doctor’s blog on Nutrition and her postings on Facebook.
- Need Extra Support in Raising a Healthy and Smart Child: Check out all local community resources, Financial Resources, Child Educational Resources, Child Medical Resources and doctor’s notes on Child’s health.
- Need Help in taking care of a Sick Baby: Visit Sick Child Symptom’s Checker and Child Medical Information center.
- More information about the doctor and clinic, forms needed at the first visit, clinic location and hours and doctor’s after-hours personal hotline.
- AVANCE A nonprofit that supports Latino families with programs that focus on parent education, early childhood development, brain development, literacy and more.
- Bryan’s House– Nonprofit that offers medically-managed child care, adolescent programs, and family support services to children, teens, and their families.
- Child Care Group– Nonprofit providing child care, early childhood care, and education services outside the home for low-income Dallas families.
- Children’s Health Speakers Bureau: An avenue by which parents, civic groups and area businesses can request expert speakers
- City Square Community Health Services – Changing the trajectory of peoples’ lives by fighting the causes and effects of poverty through service, advocacy, and friendship.
- Dallas County Health and Human Services– Protecting the health of the community through disease prevention and intervention, and promoting a healthy community end environment.
- Dallas Housing Authority– Provides qualified families with safe, affordable housing.
- EPA Children’s Environmental Health – Dedicated to the environmental health of children where they live, learn and play.
- Head Start of Greater Dallas Inc.– Serves more than 4,400 low-income, preschool-age children and their families at 46 center locations throughout Dallas County.
- Jubilee Park & Community Center– Employs a comprehensive strategy intended to strengthen elements that create prosperity in any neighborhood – community ownership, education, public health, public safety, and housing.
- Los Barrios Unidos Community Clinic – A federally funded community health center in Dallas County designed to provide comprehensive primary care services that prevent illness and promote health.
- Parkland Community Health Plan – Dallas-based regional managed care organization created to serve as a bridge connecting the community’s uninsured population to programs and services.
- Parkland Youth and Family Centers – a partnership between Parkland Health & Hospital System and Dallas Independent School District to create health care facilities on school campuses.