Ages & Stages

Ages & Stages

Disruptive Behavior Disorders: How to Cope with Hostile Kids — and When to Seek Help 

Do you feel like certain situations turn your child into a ticking time bomb? Do you dread frequent morning arguments about going to school? Or maybe you’ve noticed your child

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Helping Children Cope with New Fears and Worries

The world opening back up, going out in public, and interacting with others may bring up new fears and worries in our children. Consequently, anxiety-driven behaviors that may have never presented themselves in your children before may begin to appear now. It is essential to notice these behaviors so that you can help your child cope with their fears appropriately. ...
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Maintaining a Daily Routine with a Newborn

Ever wonder what you did with your time before children? I don’t even have “children.” I have “a child” and sometimes I look back at my day and think, “What

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Improving Children’s Mental Health During Times of Change, Uncertainty

Anxiety, depression and suicide are a growing concern for youth. At this time of heightened stress, special consideration must be given to help children, especially those who already are at increased risk. We share signs and symptoms, tips to help children cope, and ways to keep the conversation going with your kids. ...
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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

The Wilson Reading System — an Option for Your Child

The Wilson Reading System (WRS) is a multisensory, research-based reading and writing program for teaching decoding (sounding out words) and encoding (spelling). Unlike other programs that overwhelm the student with rules, the language system of English is presented in a systematic and cumulative manner so that it is manageable. ...
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Managing Behaviors at Home for Children Who Have Special Needs

If your child receives applied behavior analysis (ABA), it’s fairly likely their ABA service hours look vastly different today than they did weeks ago. They may not be accessing ABA

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Teaching Kids Coping Skills in an Uncertain World

With the unknown future of the coronavirus and the current pandemic, many parents are struggling with what to do with their children, how to manage the situation and what

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Using a ‘Time-Out’ Appropriately Can Provide a Big Boost

Time-out or no time-out? It’s a question parents often contemplate when trying to get their child to calm down. A recent study looks at whether taking a time-out has any negative long-term effects on our children. ...
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How to Increase Your Child’s Language Skills

You want to hear your child talk. As a parent, those first words or sounds — whether it happens in the first year or beyond — are music to

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Breastfeeding Benefits Moms’ Health Later in Life, Study Says

It’s well-known that breastfeeding has many health advantages for infants.

But a recent study shows breastfeeding is good for mom’s health, too. read more

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