April 2016

April 2016

Take a Trip with Your Loved One Safely

If you are planning a trip with an older loved one this summer, you’re probably building a checklist to make sure everything goes smoothly. While transportation, accommodations and what to

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Hearing Your Heart. Breaking The Silence And Get Connected With Family

When a spouse, parent or grandparent refuses to wear a hearing aid or assistive de-
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5 Spring Tips for People with Puppies and Kittens

Spring often makes us think of welcoming new lives into our world. You may be expecting a new child, grandchild, or pet. While pets and babies are wonderful household additions,

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Caring For Your Loved One At Home

Mom had been doing great at home, taking care of herself and enjoying life. No one in the family is really contemplating having to care for her. Suddenly, she has

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Feeling Blue? What’s Normal Postpartum?

While it’s typical to have a rosy perspective on experiences after the child arrives, it’s not always perfect — or even happy. The “baby blues” and postpartum depression can happen. Families, friends and new moms need to know the signs. ...
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Preparing Your Family for Another Baby

Welcoming a new baby into the world is a time full of emotions — joy, excitement and perhaps even a little anxiety. To some, the first year can seem even more challenging the second time around. Now, you’ve got a new baby and their older sibling to care for. How do you manage all of their needs at once? Here is some advice from parenting experts, as well as experienced parents themselves, on how to survive the first year — again. ...
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Paper Losing Stride in School Communication

Most schools would agree that keeping parents and students connected to day-to-day activities in and out of the classroom is important. With modern technology, effective communication is becoming increasingly more convenient. ...
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Does Your Child Stutter?

"Mom, I wa- wa- wa- want some juice,” is something you might hear your preschooler or older child say. Stuttering — repetition of words or other parts of speech — is something many children experience during their developmental years. While some might outgrow this pattern of speech, others might need extra help to get a handle on how they talk. ...
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