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Carry On: Babywearing Basics

2017 Editions Ages & Stages April 2017 Featured Magazine Parenting

Having your hands full after your baby is born is an understatement. Babywearing can become a next best solution to any parent. It can be helpful so mothers can nurse on the go and nurture a child’s craving for closeness anytime — even while multitasking. Learn about the benefits of babywearing, the types of slings, wraps and carriers available, and where to turn for more information.

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A Tale of Teen Dating

2017 Editions Ages & Stages Featured Magazine March 2017 Parenting

In what seems like the blink of an eye, tots become teenagers. Though some may be unwilling, parents now have to embrace their child’s new stage of development — teen dating. However, it doesn’t have to be a nail-biting experience for mom and dad when approached with curiosity and candid conversation.

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504 Plans: Get Your Child’s Needs Met

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From allergies to anxiety, many issues can interfere with academics, creating a need for special accommodations. A 504 plan can ensure your child’s equal access to education when they aren’t eligible for services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

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Toxic Beauty: Safe ways to Keep your Makeup Fresh

2017 Editions Featured Health Magazine March 2017

You can protect yourself using these guidelines for an average shelf life limit on your favorite makeup items.

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Early Intervention and the Transition to Preschool for Children with Special Needs

2017 Editions Ages & Stages Education Featured January 2017 Magazine Parenting Special Needs

If your toddler has been diagnosed with special needs, early intervention is available to ensure their educational needs are met prior to starting preschool.

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Enriching and Fun Therapies for Kids with Special Needs

Featured Special Needs

Animals, art and aquatics are a few examples of non-traditional therapies for children with special needs that can expand their capabilities. Besides their potential for skill-building, they provide plenty of fun by blending excitement with enrichment.

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Closing the Gap: Understanding Individualized Education for Your Child

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There’s no such thing as a one size fits all education, and many kids require modifications to the general curriculum to have success in school. As a parent, you have an integral role in guiding the vision statement to establish an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) that delivers the most appropriate educational program in the least restrictive environment and defines your child’s educational goals and objectives. Here are some tips and information to help families navigate the process.

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