We’re all in this together!! Looking for some fun activities to fill that downtime? PLEASE look local first! Here are some great kits and boxes that local small businesses are putting together for you & your family to enjoy. Read more
In an effort to stay positive, get kiddos out of the house for some fresh air, & allow for some social fun while still practicing social distancing we’re challenging you, your kiddos, & your kiddos’ friends to this Neighborhood Photo Scavenger Hunt!! Read more
Twisted social experiment? Thriller on Netflix? A nightmare? Nope, this is our new reality. Stuck in the house with your husband, kids, & pets for the unforeseeable future! Sure our parents, grandparents & great grandparents had to endure far worse, with World Wars, Great Depression, Vietnam, etc. Meanwhile the only war we’re possibly waging is War of the Roses (and I’m not talking about the English Civil Wars, we’re talking the movie with Michael Douglas & Kathleen Turner, 1989). Ultimately we’re enduring this quarantine out of love for others, because it isn’t about us, it’s about not spreading the virus, it’s an act of kindness. But it doesn’t mean we have to like it! So here are some tips to help you survive being quarantined with your spouse & kids for the unforeseeable future…… Read more
Schools, restaurants, bars, museums, zoos, sporting events, etc. closed? Is the family literally not going ANYWHERE for the next month? What better time to add a four-legged member to the family? Think of all the joy and laughter a four-legged family member could bring to your household. Before you make that leap here’s a few things to consider. Read more
Virtual Field Trips
So maybe we can’t take the kiddos on an awesome field trip to a museum, attend an Opera, or go to the zoo, but we can bring all those to the comforts of our own homes! That’s right; in this day and age of technology social distancing doesn’t need to get us down! Read more
Resurrection Eggs have been a tradition in most Christian families for years. What are Resurrection Eggs? They are a dozen plastic eggs with tiny symbols in each that represent an important occurrence during Holy Week. These symbols help children to remember the story leading up to Jesus’ Resurrection. The only problem is children tend to enjoy playing with the symbols so much that they often become misplaced. So in an effort to eliminate the need to go hunting for a tiny donkey at a hobby store on Palm Sunday painting Resurrection rocks seemed like the perfect alternative. And what’s more, it’s simple & fun! Read more
I’m always keeping an eye out for awesome ways to give back to the community. So when I came across this I had to share! Read more
It’s that time of year again! Time to register for summer camp! Woot Woot!! I know what you’re thinking, it’s only March, summer is still months away. I used to think the same thing; I figured summer camp registration would be in May. Let me tell you, it only takes once, one time of seeing your kiddo totally disappointment upon hearing the news that they can’t go to the summer camp ALL their friends are going to because Mom didn’t register them back in March!! Thus we are helping you get a jump start on registration! We’ve taken the time to collate camps and divide them into categories, thus, hopefully making the process as simple as possible for you, simply click on the link to be directed to the camp’s website. Please note, there are a few camps that don’t have their 2020 summer camp schedule up yet, we will be updating those, so keep an eye out, & stop back. Don’t let your child miss out on the summer fun!! If you appreciate the time and energy spent to collate this list please share & do let camps know you heard about them from Mom on the go in Holy Toledo. Thanks, loves! And Cheers to nothing but HAPPY CAMPERS!! Read more
Limited Sessions this summer!!! If your kiddos are super stoked for SKYCAMP register them NOW! There are only 3 sessions available this summer and they are filling up fast! Also, they are only offering one FULL DAY session, so if you find the full day accommodates your schedu Read more
Dear friends of greater Toledo area,
Great news, there’s finally an outpatient psychiatric service that has weekend & evening hours, so patients & their parents do not have to miss work to be seen by a psychiatrist is available in Toledo area! I am Dr. Milind Joshi, MD, a recent graduate of child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship from University of Toledo Medical Center (UTMC). I have started my own psychiatry outpatient practice “WeCare Psychiatry Associates.” in Maumee. We accept most of the insurances as listed below and also provide very affordable cash prices for those without health insurance. We are accepting children, adolescents, and adults. We are the only facility that provides urgent care /walk in services for our patients in Toledo Area. Below is our information :
WeCare Psychiatry Associates
Doctor: Milind Joshi MD
Main Office Location: 1715 Indian Wood Circle, Suite 200 Maumee, OH 43537
Office Phone #: (419) 897-7990
Office Fax: 419-740-8401
Hours: Monday To Friday 8.00 AM –6:30 PM, Saturday 8am to 530pm, Sunday Only in special circumstances Psychiatric walk in & Urgent Care
WeCare Psychiatry accepts below insurances:
AARP, Aetna, Anthem, CareSource, Cigna, Blue Cross -Blue Shield(from March 2020 Medicare, Optum, Humana, Medicaid(from March 2020), Medicare, Medmutual, Oxford, Paramount, TRICARE, UMR, UnitedHealthcare, WellCare, Out of Network(If insurance allows), CASH practice (Very affordable rates for uninsured patients).
WeCare Psychiatry is accepting children, adolescents, and adults
As parents we are greatly concerned about our children’s physical health. From the moment our babies are born we take them to their checkups, at 7 days, a month, 3 months, 6 months, yearly, etc. And we often make appointments in-between with concerns over respiratory or ear infection, fever, or stomach issues. And there’s the rare event of an accident on the playground, bunkbed, etc. that could land your child in the Emergency Room needing x-rays for broken bones, stitches, etc. Yes, when it comes to our children’s physical health we don’t miss a beat. We watch for the signs, the tugging on the ear, fever, lack of appetite, we physically see a bruise, cut, scrape, broken arm, or leg. What about their mental health? How do you see their anxiety, depression, stress, etc.? The outward symptoms of mental health concerns simply aren’t as easy to spot as a physical disease or ailment.
Did you know…
- Depression is one of the most common mental illnesses, affecting an estimated 300 million people around the world.
- If mental illness is not treated early, it can increase the risk of other disorders throughout life.
- It is important to address these issues early, while the brain is still developing and interventions stand a better chance of taking hold.
- One in five teenagers in the U.S. seriously considers suicide annually.
- Approximately 1,700 teenagers die by suicide each year.
As parents we need to crush the stigma that is still too-often attached to mental illness. We need to provide just as much care, concern, & urgency with our children’s mental health as we do their physical health. If we can show them from a young age how Mental & Physical Health are equally as important we could literally make the world a better place for not only them but future generations!
Are you ready to take that first step toward shattering the stigma & get your child’s Mental Health Well-Check? Then call, WeCare Psychiatry Associates Today!
Share, tag family and friends, together we can squash the stigma surrounded by mental health issues & ultimately make the world a better place!