Helping Children Help Themselves

When your child spills something, drops something, or creates a mess, pause before getting upset. Then, calmly ask your child what she was trying to do. You might be surprised at her answers, and you might learn things about your child and her thinking that you would never have known if you had gotten upset. Sometimes, your child really is just trying to help! Once you know what she was trying to accomplish, you can talk calmly about ways that it might work better next time.

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WHAT'S NEW?

  • If you need a refill for a prescription, please call your pharmacy to request this. If you need a controlled prescription refill, you can still call the office to do this. Please allow 24 hours for us to fill your request!

  • SUMMER HOURS EFFECTIVE 5/31/22
    The office is locked Monday-Thursday at 4:00pm and 3:30pm on Friday.

    Our drive thru will remain open for any assistance with prescriptions or forms to be picked up by 4:30pm Monday-Thursday and 4:00pm on Fridays.

  • If you have questions or think you've been exposed to the Corona Virus, call the Missouri Corona Virus Hotline at 1-877-435-8411

  • We have Telehealth Visits available. Sign up for this service by clicking the "telehealth" tab!

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