Ages & Stages

Ages & Stages

Recommendation Calls for Depression Screening for Teens

The teenage years can be a tumultuous time and for some, can lead to symptoms of depression.

But research shows that only about half of teens with depression get the

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Podcast Episode #8: Parenting, Unplugged (Part 2)

On the latest episode of aParently Speaking, host Miriam Conner discusses parenting and technology with a parent panel made up of a local mom and dad. The podcast specifically addresses technology safety and limits. ...
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7 Dental Milestones for Children that Parents Need to Know

Just because most newborns don’t have teeth yet, it’s never too early for new parents to start a dental regimen for their baby. read more

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When Should you Open a Bank Account for Your Child?

Parents have a lot on their plate when raising a child. They fill a variety of roles, such as taxi driver, homework overseer and cheerleader. Some parents wait too long

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Tips for Giving Your Baby a Massage

Aside from being a great way to bond with your baby, infant massage offers many benefits. It can help ease your baby's tummy troubles and teething pains, boost muscle development, calm him or her when fussy, and soothe them to sleep. From setting the stage to mastering your massage technique, these tips will help you and your baby perfect the experience. ...
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Talking to Your Child About Autism

Many families wonder when and how to approach sharing with their child that they have an autism diagnosis. There are no clear rules on how or when this talk should

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#CLEMAMA: Disconnect to Connect

Moms, Dads…. I’ve got to say I’m a bit overloaded lately. Is it just me? I feel like I have messages coming at me every which way: family, Facebook, Instagram,

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Ohio 529 Plan

Give the Gift of Higher Education for Graduation

By starting early, a college savings fund can grow with your child. Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage, offers tax-free earnings and withdrawals for qualified higher education expenses, those costs required to attend any federally accredited educational institutions. ...
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