Health is one of the most important factors in helping your child experience a happy, productive life.
By paying attention to physical and dental health in their earliest years, we can make a long-term difference down the road.
Are you connected with a primary care physician?
While the process of finding a doctor may seem daunting, there are resources to help:
Get help from Willamette Valley Community Health, which oversees the Oregon Health Plan in our community.
We often hear: “My child only has one tooth. Do I really need to see a dentist?”
Good oral care is essential to a child's overall health. By seeing a dentist regularly, you are instilling good habits that will last a lifetime. A dentist can identify issues early on—before they become painful, which can negatively affect your child’s ability to focus on being a child.
Check out these keys to oral health in babies and children.
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Child passenger safety technicians and trained volunteers will check your child’s car seat for: Correct installation, Recalls and damage and Best fit for weight, height and age.
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