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Main Street Kent Presents Squirrel’s New Year’s Resolution Story Walk

Things to do
Read "Squirrel’s New Year’s Resolution" by Pat Miller, page by page, in the business windows of downtown Kent. Donations of non-perishable food items for “Squirrel’s Helping Box” will be collected at participating businesses. Items will be donated to Kent Social Services. ...
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Newborn Hearing Testing & Your Baby

Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week
Parenting Special Needs
Ohio law requires that all hospitals and birthing centers offer the Universal Newborn Hearing Screening before discharge. The methods used are safe, quick and effective. If your child has not passed the screening, it is very important that you take your baby for a diagnostic hearing test by a licensed pediatric audiologist. ...
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New Year’s Eve Options from Great Wolf Lodge Sandusky

Things to do
Welcoming the start of the New Year coincides with Great Wolf Lodge’s annual Snowland experience, now through Jan. 3, 2021. The resorts transform into a winter wonderland with activities and entertainment sure to make spirits bright – and safe. ...
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Akron Children’s Museum, Summit Metroparks Help to Keep Kids Moving with Adventure Backpacks

Parenting Things to do
Akron Children’s Museum, Summit Metroparks and the Friends of Metroparks are helping little learners ages 3 to 6 keep their brains stimulated and bodies active with Adventure Backpacks. A grant from Summit County funded the creation and distribution of 2,500 backpacks. ...
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5 Holiday Stressors for Kids with Autism and How to Help Them Have a Happy Season

Featured Parenting Special Needs
The holiday season is here, which means festive decorations, blinking lights, Christmas trees, Santa, presents, holiday meals and more. While these are why most of us love this time of year, they are also the reason this season can cause confusion and stress for children with autism spectrum disorder. Check out these tips from Juli Augustin from ABA Behavioral Specialists, to help you achieve your seasonal goals this year and beyond.  ...
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What is Dyslexia and How is it Treated?

Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week
Parenting Special Needs
Dyslexia is a specific learning disability that is neurological in origin. It is characterized by difficulties with accurate and/or fluent word recognition and by poor spelling and decoding abilities. Learn more about the signs and symptoms of dyslexia, as well as treatment options. ...
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5 Ways to Ease a Tension Headache

Health

Dealing with a tension headache can put a real strain on your day. The tight, crown-like pain around your head and at the base of your skull can make it

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‘A Christmas Peril’ Beck Center for the Arts Virtual Youth Theater Production

Education Things to do
View the cast of 25 Beck Center Youth Theater student performers in a play that drops them into a whirlwind plot where everything goes wrong. This live, virtual production, perfect for all ages, opens today, Thursday, December 10 through 13. ...
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 StoneWater Golf Club’s Brunch & Lunch with Santa

Things to do
StoneWater Golf Club in Highland Heights has a 2020 approach, which includes more seating times, but fewer guests per seating, social distance guidelines, and a family-style meal. Santa will be on hand, but behind a plexi shield barrier. Families will be called up by table to say hello and safely take their photo with Santa.  ...
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“People Play” — Speech and Language Fun Time with Your Child

Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week
Ages & Stages Parenting
To get young children talking, we often motivate them by showing that “using your words” can get them what they want. A simple way to achieve this is through "People Play" — songs, games and activities in which the fun happens when the child interacts with another person. Enjoy some of these great ways to play and interact that will also motivate your child to request more fun. ...
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