Temple Grandin, professor, best-selling author and advocate on autism, spoke to a crowded State Theatre at Playhouse Square Wednesday night to kick off the 15th annual Milestones Autism Spectrum Disorder...
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Make reading fun this summer. Children and teens — and their parents — can participate in their local library's summer reading program. We provide a list of some of the region's program offerings. Need books? We have a few to explore to put on your summer reading list, thanks to recommendations from local libraries. ...Read more 0
Families thinking of adoption or foster care are likely to come across a group of kids — siblings — who might not only want to be placed with a family, but hope their brothers and sisters can come, too. In honor of National Foster Care Month this May, learn more about the importance of placing siblings in foster care together, including benefits for the children and the overall family unit. ...Read more 0
With each new baby comes new gear. Sometimes the sheer variety of products can feel overwhelming, thanks to all the claims of “new and improved” items. While it's ultimately up to parents to know what’s best for their baby, here are some highlights when it comes to trendier — yet functional — baby products on the market right now. Plus, find out which items our Northeast Ohio Parent editors can't live without when it comes to caring for their little ones. ...Read more 0
"Build It!" runs through Sept. 4 at the Great Lakes Science Center. The special exhibit offers three hands-on phases, the first of which currently features castle-themed activities, including a virtual catapult and a giant castle with secret passageways. Visitors can design their own castles and courtyards. The exhibit also features educational displays about the real medieval era, Lego mosaics on display, and a stop-motion animation station so kids can create their own mini "Lego Movie." ...Read more 0