The struggle is real when it comes to packing lunches sometimes. What do you pack? What will they eat? Above all else, you can’t forget to pack it. And this year, we were placed in the peanut-free room, so we have to be extra cautious what we pack.
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Some children grab something they shouldn’t or might yell, scream or jump. While this can be often seen as part of development, sometimes there is more to these impulsive behaviors.
Surviving middle school can feel like juggling, and keeping all the balls in the air can be stressful: academic accomplishments, social demands, and changing appearances (hello, puberty!). The best way to avoid a meltdown is to recognize the early warning signs. Here are tried and true tips to guide your tween through these years:
When children see themselves and their experiences reflected in popular culture, particularly in literature, it matters. It promotes a stronger connection to the content and fosters love and appreciation where there might not otherwise be.
Looking for some great reads for your kids? Check out the list below for books recommended by local libraries, Northeast Ohio Parent editors and more. Be sure to check back as we add more books each month.
As families look to the year ahead, it is natural to ask how you can better ensure a more productive and positive year for your loved one on the spectrum. Haley Dunn from Milestones Autism Resources answers some common questions she gets this time of year as parents and family members of people with autism assess their goals for the year ahead.
A vaginal childbirth is the goal of mothers and labor and delivery staff. A vaginal delivery is easier to recover from, and less of a risk to the mother. However, a cesarean section, also known as a c-section, is sometimes safest for the mother if a typical delivery is not possible.