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Eugene Pediatrics and Thrive Behavioral Health recognized as 5 Star Patient-Centered Primary Care Home

Eugene Pediatrics and Thrive Behavioral Health are the recipients of the highest rating available to a primary care clinic by the Oregon Health Authority. We are now a 5 Star Patient-Centered Primary Care Home. Only a handful of pediatric clinics in the state of Oregon have earned this recognition. We are our region's only 5 Star pediatric clinic with its own fully integrated team of behavioral health specialists and social workers.

Aug 20th, 2020|From Dr. B|

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During our most recent Facebook Live, Dr. Bradshaw answered the question, “What are things we can do to support teens and preteens who are feeling depressed and isolated during the pandemic?” This is a really tough time for kids in this age group—from preteens to young adults. We’re seeing a sharp rise in mental health issues. Here are a few ideas we have to help: 

💜 Check in with your kids every day. Talk about how they’re doing and if they need anything to help them. 

💜 Contact your pediatrician if you notice significant changes in their behavior, such as sleeping more and being uninterested in hobbies. 

💜 Keep a regular routine and structure, including going outside, getting exercise, eating healthy regular meals, and getting enough sleep. 

💜 Call us if you have a teen who may need help. We’re here for you and your family.

During our most recent Facebook Live, Dr. Bradshaw answered the question, “What are things we can do to support teens and preteens who are feeling depressed and isolated during the pandemic?” This is a really tough time for kids in this age group—from preteens to young adults. We’re seeing a sharp rise in mental health issues. Here are a few ideas we have to help:

💜 Check in with your kids every day. Talk about how they’re doing and if they need anything to help them.

💜 Contact your pediatrician if you notice significant changes in their behavior, such as sleeping more and being uninterested in hobbies.

💜 Keep a regular routine and structure, including going outside, getting exercise, eating healthy regular meals, and getting enough sleep.

💜 Call us if you have a teen who may need help. We’re here for you and your family.
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