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Is It Acceptable to Withhold Information from Your Child’s Provider?

Is It Acceptable to Withhold Information from Your Child’s Provider?

Published: May. 7, 2024Updated: May. 7, 2024

Sometimes parents withhold information from their child's provider for fear of judgment, or because the provider doesn't ask the right questions. But telling your provider everything you're doing is very important when it comes to treatments because one may interfere with another.

For more information about your child's care team, check out our article here!

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