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Welcome to We ‘R’ Kids Paediatric Centre

… healthy kids ‘R’ happy kids . . . Jamaica’s welcoming pediatric office where pediatricians form lasting bonds

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DIRECT MESSAGE us your questions and every Monday we'll choose one of the questions to answer. I will choose one question to answer via video but all will be answered.
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Kids need to wear masks when they go back to school in person..

Masks are a key way everyone can help contain the pandemic.

Children need to wear masks while entering and exiting school buildings and in classrooms. That adds up to as many as eight hours a day.

Masks should cover the nose and mouth and fit snugly under their chin. Kids can wear the same mask all day unless it gets wet or soiled. Even so, all schoolchildren need spares. Because masks need laundering after being worn all day, students shouldn’t use the same one to school two days in a row.

Children need learn to wash or sanitize their hands before and after putting their masks on and the importance of leaving their masks alone once they’re in place.

Encourage kids to decorate their mask. This might help them feel a sense of ownership and control over the situation. A personal touch can help make it more of a normal part of their routine, and make it more likely theyll want to wear their mask. Depending on the type of mask, kids can draw on it with markers or put stickers on it.

I recommend that all parents and other guardians recognize the influence they have over their kids. If moms, dads and other loved ones wear masks whenever they come into contact with anyone outside their households, it will help ensure that the kids they care for willingly follow school rules regarding masks.
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Kids need to wear masks when they go back to school in person..

Masks are a key way everyone can help contain the pandemic.

Children need to wear masks while entering and exiting school buildings and in classrooms. That adds up to as many as eight hours a day.

Masks should cover the nose and mouth and fit snugly under their chin. Kids can wear the same mask all day unless it gets wet or soiled. Even so, all schoolchildren need spares. Because masks need laundering after being worn all day, students shouldn’t use the same one to school two days in a row.

Children need learn to wash or sanitize their hands before and after putting their masks on and the importance of leaving their masks alone once they’re in place.

Encourage kids to decorate their mask. This might help them feel a sense of ownership and control over the situation. A personal touch can help make it more of a normal part of their routine, and make it more likely they'll want to wear their mask. Depending on the type of mask, kids can draw on it with markers or put stickers on it.

I recommend that all parents and other guardians recognize the influence they have over their kids. If moms, dads and other loved ones wear masks whenever they come into contact with anyone outside their households, it will help ensure that the kids they care for willingly follow school rules regarding masks.
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#Werkids #maskforkids #protectthem #cutemask @ We 'R' Kids Paediatric Centre
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#tbt...when our office was their playground.👭
Cant wait for those days to return.
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#tbt...when our office was their playground.👭
Can't wait for those days to return.
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#Werkids #doublelove
#twins
#doubledoseofcuteness
#doubledouble
#ilovemyjob -
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Our Services

We provide medical care to children from birth to 18 years old. We pride ourselves in offering high-quality medical care within a comfortable office environment, prompt advice from a doctor, and courteous service.  See All Doctors

Psycho-Educational Assessments

We offer the best education consultancy service and training to educat

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Back-to-School Physicals

No matter which grade your child is about to enter, there’s the year

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Newborns to Teens

We appreciate that one of the most important person  in your newborn

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Ear Piercing

Your little girl will grow up so fast, before you know it, she will be

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In-hospital Delivery

Our medical service starts from the birth of your child. Whether it’

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Immunizations and Well Baby Care

As part of good preventative health care, your child should be seen fo

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Our Features

bedwetting

Removing the shame of bed wetting…Dr. Lisa writes for the Jamaica Gleaner

Screen Time

Screen Time – Kids and their tablets – Dr Lisa on Smile Jamaica

Boys 2 Men … Dr. Lisa writes about puberty in the Jamaica Gleaner

Featured Links

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Dr. Lisa answers questions for B3 Magazine – Bump, Baby & Beyond

How to care your baby’s skin in Parents Magazine

arguments with your child

How to resolve arguments with your child … Parents Magazine

Our Doctors and Specialists

Our doctors are all post-graduate trained paediatricians and have many years of experience in private practice and hospital service.  They are all licensed by the Medical Council of Jamaica (MCJ). The doctors are registered to consult at private hospitals in Kingston, Jamaica: Andrews Memorial and Nuttall Memorial. See All Doctors

Dr. Lisa N.C. Franklin-Banton

D.M. Paediatrics; M.B;B.S

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Dr. Martine Geoghagen

D.M. Paediatrics; M.B;B.S

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Dr. Anona Griffith

D.M. Paediatrics; M.B;B.S

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Professor Russell Pierre

Professor of Paediatrics

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Natasha Gray

Psycho-Educational Specialist

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