Just two months ago, we welcomed the newest member of our family – a bouncing baby boy, Peter. We are overjoyed, of course, but we are also tired. Unfortunately, my...
Ages & Stages
For parents of teens who are struggling with their weight, getting them involved in a diet may seem like a good place to start.
Hearing aids and cochlear implants are both electronic devices that help improve hearing. How they do that is what makes them very different. Although both types of devices work best for people with permanent hearing loss, cochlear implants are traditionally recommended for people with severe to profound hearing loss, while hearing aids are recommended for people with mild to severe hearing loss. Learn more about the differences here. ...Read more 0
Parents of anxious children often need to adjust their approach and choose their words wisely when it comes to alleviating anxieties. Find out some supportive methods of communication that will help your child eventually learn to cope with anxiety on their own. ...Read more 0
Brain growth in the early years of life occurs at an astounding pace. At birth, the human brain contains about 100 billion cells not yet connected into functioning networks; by age 3, a child's brain has formed 1 trillion connections. The development of these connections is shaped by a child's early experiences. Find out some things parents and family members can do to enhance a young child’s brain development. ...Read more 0
There are several easy strategies parents can use at home to communicate better with their young child, as well as to help expand his or her vocabulary. The following tips are for parents of children who have started to use single words or who have started to put two words together. ...Read more 0
More kids suffer accidental injuries, especially those related to outdoor play, throughout the summer — and the trend peaks with September being the busiest month for trips to the ER. Learn tips to keep kids safe, as well as essentials to stock in your first aid kit. ...Read more 0