Ages & Stages

Ages & Stages

What is a 529 Plan and at What Age Should I Start One for My Child?

As the cost of college continues to rise at alarming rates, you might be concerned by show much it will actually cost by the time your child is college age.

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5 Tips for Getting the Most out of Reading to Your Children

While some people worry that the digital age is endangering the printed book, many parents and educators also wonder whether children and teenagers will value reading at all in comparison

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Ohio parenting podcast

Podcast Episode #25: 21st Century Skills for Success, Part 2

On the latest episode of aParently Speaking, host Miriam Conner continues discussing 21st century skills that kids need to know with guest Tamara Strom, who has a wealth of experience in the fields of business and education. Listen as she shares what schools are doing to foster important skills and what parents can do at home to instill these skills. ...
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10 Developmental Benefits Gardening has on Kids

We have all heard that being outside in the fresh air has amazing health benefits. We also have heard that planting flowers can be therapeutic. But did you know that
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The Differences Between Stress, Worry & Anxiety

While many people use these words interchangeably, there are some important differences to note. These differences are helpful for those who may be wondering if (or when) they need to get professional help for themselves or their children. ...
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X-Treme Summer Camps Kick the Camping Experience up a Notch

Some camps push the boundaries of kids’ abilities and brain power, challenging and honing their skills and confidence. "X-treme" camps take a specific hobby, activity or aspiration to the next level, becoming an immersive experience that can change kids’ lives. They’re often designed to get campers out of their comfort zones to think outside the box and explore their own physical and mental limits — but in a fun, safe and supervised way. ...
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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

My Child Just Can’t Make the ‘R’ Sound!

Many kids have a hard time producing the “R” sound, even after participating in years of traditional therapy. It’s not their fault — some kids just don’t respond well to traditional speech therapy. In these cases, recently developed technology called visual biofeedback could be the solution. ...
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Kids and Growing Pains: What’s Normal and When to be Concerned

Is your little one waking up with leg pains in the middle of the night? He or she could be experiencing growing pains. While the exact cause of this common childhood ailment is unknown, there are things parents can do to help. Learn the facts, including signs of a more serious issue. ...
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Northeast Ohio Storytimes & Activities for Kids, April 2019

Have fun this month with a visit to your local library, museum or area attraction, many of which offer storytimes, crafts, and other fun activities for young children. ...
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Immunization Conversation: Vaccine Debate Renewed Amid Measles Outbreaks

Whether to vaccinate your child or not has become a topic of discussion among parents and medical professionals around the U.S. due to measles outbreaks that have been reported in 11 states. We cover the vaccination conversation and the impact it has on the community. ...
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