BEST PALS is an acronym for Behavior Enhancement Support Training, Peer Assisted Living Skills. This is a service that we at Pediatric Services provide for children from birth to 6 years with educational, behavior or sensory concerns.

YOUR SENSATIONAL KIDS is where we combine play with learning. This exciting new concept begins the process of developing a life-long interest in learning, a skill that is increrasingly critical in today's fast-changning world.

See B.E.S.T. P.A.L.S. in action

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The Feelings Game ... information.

OUR GOAL: To provide current information and resources about development and behavior, with articles for parents and professionals, information about research, specifically for children 0-6 years of age.

Thank You

Six months ago you came into our home
and into our lives.
You were here a lot
and yet, it never seemed to be enough.

Where once there was a shell of a child,
you have filled him with life.
Where there once was silence,
there are words.
Where there once was a blank page,
there is art.
Where there once were questions,
there are answers.
Where there once was despair, there is hope

You have changed the course of history.
You have changed the life of a child.
You have change the life of a family.

For that we are eternally grateful.

Craig, Heidi, Brendan, and Logan

Important Note: All information on the BEST PALS website is for educational purposes only. For specific medical advice, diagnoses, and treatment, consult your doctor.


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