Woman Next Door: Re-entering the Workforce
Adding a child to the family means important decisions must be made: “Should I return to work, or stay at home? Should I try and work part-time? If I stay home, when will I return to work?” These are all tricky questions, and the answers aren’t one-size-fits-all.
Life-Changing Clinic is Growing
From the moment you step into the welcoming, brightly lit lobby, the patient-centered nature of the Pediatric Therapy Clinic, Inc. is clear. The Clinic has been offering valuable services including physical, occupational, speech, and behavioral therapy to children and their families in Billings and around Montana since 2006.
The Downside of Limiting Risky Play
While it seems counterintuitive, overprotecting kids and regulating their play is yielding negative effects – physically, mentally, and emotionally. Our societal shift toward “risk-free” environments is actually setting our children up for more risk down the road.
August's Issue Contributors:
Anna Rogers is a transplant from the Carolinas with a background in marketing and graphic communications. She is a wife and mother who loves to garden, cook, and practice yoga. Anna is passionate about travel, which at its core is really a passion for people, as she believes people and community are what truly bring life and beauty into a place.
Brooke Wagner is a southern girl at heart, but a Montanan by choice she lives just outside of Billings with her husband and three children, ages 13, 11, and 6. She is a board-certified music therapist who enjoys cooking, spending time with her family, and hiding under the covers with a good book.