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Christmas in July! Event Recap

Is there anything more fun than being able to celebrate Christmas in July with friends at the ACHFTS House? We think not! We had the most amazing day celebrating all things Christmas during our annual “Itching to get out event!” We got messy making some delicious cookies in our ACH kitchen, made a splash and …

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2022 Houston Marathon

A Children’s House For The Soul was honored to participate in the 2022 Chevron Houston Marathon! It was our first year as a run for a reason charity and we were so blessed with such a special opportunity! We had a team of over 10 half and full marathon runners, and 8 5K runners representing …

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How to Distract your Kid During Wet Wraps: A Battle Strategy

Getting your child to comply with wet wraps can feel like can be a battle! Which if you think about it, is a little ironic, because by administering wet wraps you are helping your child’s suit of armor, their skin defends itself against the outside world! So let us talk strategy, determine some “weapons” for your arsenal, and let’s realign so that you and your child can go from enemies to allies.

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Ichthyosis Awareness month with Ally

In this interview, Ally shares about her experiences growing up with Ichthyosis. Ally shares how: Meeting other kids with special skin can help kids to feel less isolated and give them a very special sense of comradery and understanding. Parents don’t have to do everything perfectly to be the perfect parent for their child and …

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A Message about Vascular Birthmarks

Vascular birthmarks are very common in children. These birthmarks are made of blood vessels in the skin and can occur anywhere on the body. They may be pink or red in color, blue or purplish, flat or raised. Since they are vascular, sometimes they will feel warm to touch and may change in color with …

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How to Conquer Alopecia Universalis

Join us for a fun and inspiring interview with this incredible lady Ana Maria! Ana Maria Triana is 15 years old and the author of How to Conquer Alopecia Universalis. Ana Maria gives heartfelt advice, shares wisdom beyond her years, and will leave you feeling full of compassion and confidence. A Children’s House for the …

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Meet Julia

“Jules has a sweet disposition, is a great friend, and an excellent student. She will stick up for what she believes in and does not feel as if she needs to follow the crowd,” said Julia’s mom, CANDLE syndrome stands for Chronic Atypical Neutrophilic Dermatosis with Lipodystrophy and Elevated temperatures, and there are only 60 known cases. This condition causes Julia to develop “bumps” all over body, but they mostly affect her face and bottoms of her feet.

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Back to School Blessings!

Praying that all students and teachers have a school year that is filled with much learning and many blessings!

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Don’t Fry Day! Tips for Safe Skin in the Sun

Today is Don’t Fry Day! Protect your skin today and every day. Millions of Americans will enjoy the great outdoors this weekend. Skin cancer, caused by too much sun, is the most common of all cancers in the United States. More people will be diagnosed with skin cancer this year than breast, prostate, lung, and …

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May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month

May is Skin Cancer Awareness month! We want your skin to be happy and healthy, so be aware and don’t be the one!

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