Ages & Stages

Ages & Stages

Things to do in Ohio: Cleveland Orchestra

Cleveland Orchestra Plans ‘Around the Region’ Events for its 100th Season

The Cleveland Orchestra's Around the Region Celebration is a special series of performances throughout Northeast Ohio to celebrate its 100th season and to thank citizens for supporting the orchestra for the past century. ...
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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

October is Protect Your Hearing Month: How to Detect Early Hearing Loss in Children

Being able to hear is essential for developing speech and language. However, in Ohio 1.5 in 1,000 babies are born with hearing loss. The incidence of hearing loss rises to 3-6 in 1,000 by the time a child reaches school age. Two red flags that a child may have a hearing loss are if the parents have concerns regarding their child’s hearing or if the child has a speech, language or developmental delay. Learn more warning signs here. ...
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Kids and Divorce: the Benefits of Respectful Co-Parenting

Are you divorced or separated from your spouse? It can be stressful facing life after divorce or during separation when it comes to dealing with your ex-spouse. read more

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Medication safety tips for kids

Children’s Medication Safety While at the Hospital

From over-the-counter medications to prescriptions, herbs, vitamins and more, knowing what your child is taking and when they are taking it will help prevent any potentially harmful interactions. read more

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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

October is Protect Your Hearing Month: Your Child Needs Hearing Aids – Now What?

It can be overwhelming when a routine hearing screening and further subsequent diagnostic testing determine that your child has permanent hearing loss. In honor of Protect Your Hearing Month, one local mom shares her experiences with testing, hearing aids, and raising a child with hearing loss. ...
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Northeast Ohio Parent Presents Camp Fair 2018 — Registration Now Open!

It's never too early to start making plans for your child's summer camp adventure, and Camp Fair 2018 will make it fun and simple, with all the information you need in one place. The free event, held on January 27, will provide you with opportunities to meet representatives from all types of camps, plus enjoy entertainment, prizes, food, demonstrations and more. ...
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When to call the doctor for a fever

Fever Checklist: When to Call the Doctor When your Child is Ill

It’s 3 a.m. and your little one is up with a fever. Should you dare call the doctor in the wee hours of the night? Should you treat the fever with medicine? If you’re a parent, you’ve probably wrestled with these questions more times than you’d like to admit. It’s often difficult to know which next steps to take, especially if your child is too young to tell you what’s wrong.
Although it can be frightening when a child’s temperature rises, fever itself causes no harm
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Different types of schools for your kids

School Daze: Finding the Education Option that Best Fits your Family

Let’s face it, a large part of parenting is making tough choices — and regarding your kids’ education, it can seem like an overwhelming task. In a day and age (and area!) where we have so many different options for schooling, it can be difficult to discern which option is the best for your child. read more

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