Summer of 2017 was filled with fun at Northeast Ohio Parent magazine’s free summer event series: Eton Explorers, Crocker Kids, and Fun at First & Main.
If you cannot understand your child's speech, ask your pediatrician for a referral to a speech-language pathologist, who diagnoses speech and language difficulties. The SLP will conduct an evaluation that will provide an overall view of how your child is communicating, which skills are emerging, which skills have been mastered, and, possibly, areas of struggle. Learn more about the process here.
After a three-year hiatus, Visible Voice Books is reopening its doors in Cleveland’s Tremont neighborhood. The new, expanded location features more magazines, literary gifts and genres, in addition to enhanced sections like fiction and cooking.
Flu season is almost here. And according to a new report
, experts say it’s best to make sure children are vaccinated by the end of October, or as soon as the flu shot is available.
With cars overloaded with personal belongings and brains tangled up in a mix of excitement, anticipation and a little fear of the unknown, young adults across the country have headed off to college, many for the first time. Parents take comfort that they’ve spent 18 years preparing their child to survive on their own.
Many adults take some form of supplement whether it be a multivitamin, single dose vitamin or a protein powder, but what about kids? Learn why in some cases supplementation may be necessary, but in other cases your child won’t really benefit.
In today’s society, control is an important factor in our everyday lives. As parents, we try to plan our days for our kids so we can take advantage of every minute in a positive way. We want to know what will be happening, when events will be taking place, who will be there, and how things will go.
Parents for Healthy Kids provides parents and parent-led school groups with resources and support to become effective change agents in school health and wellness. It offers support, inspiration, tools and guidance to help get involved in and positively impact health initiatives at school.
It's never too early to have your child's hearing tested if you have concerns. Learn some common signs that might indicate your child has a hearing loss, as well as testing methods for newborns, infants and toddlers. Also, find out if common ear infections are a cause for concern when it comes to hearing.
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