October 2019

October 2019

Northeast Ohio Parent Reading Room for 2019: Book Picks for Kids

Looking for some great reads for your kids or gift ideas for the children on your holiday shopping list? Check out our ongoing list of books recommended by local libraries, Northeast Ohio Parent editors and more. ...
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Resources for Caregivers of Aging Loved Ones

Here are some helpful activities and books for caregivers:

Conversation Cards for Adults, Nostalgic Items — Reminiscence Activity for Alzheimer’s / Dementia / Memory Loss Patients and Caregivers read more

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Travel the World in VIP Style with Disney

I often write about the various locations available for your family’s trips. When you think of a family vacation, of course the list is going to include Walt Disney World,

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Friend Power is Stronger Than Willpower

When something feels hard to accomplish, it’s hard to stick to it. We’ve all probably had a diet that didn’t work out, a fitness routine that fizzled, or great ambitions

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Understanding MAP Scores

By understanding Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) scores, parents can be better equipped to provide support to their children throughout the school year. We spoke with several experts to find out more about the assessments and how parents, teachers and administrators can work together to benefit each child. ...
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Northeast Ohio Independent School Guide

Are you considering a new school for your child? Consult our 2019-20 Independent School Guide for a directory of Northeast Ohio private and other school options for your child’s next educational step. ...
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Safety Tips for Pets and Kids

Recent studies show that kids living in homes with dogs get sick less often than those in pet-free homes and that babies who lived with cats or dogs had fewer allergies later in life. Living with a pet also can help curious little ones begin to develop empathy and kindness toward others. Here’s what to know to help kids and pets live together peacefully, from birth through the teen years. ...
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Western Reserve Academy’s New Head of School Brings a Sense of Home to Students

Education was everything in Suzanne Walker Buck’s family childhood home. 

The recently named head of school at Western Reserve Academy says her parents were first-generation high school and college graduates. 

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Halloween Safety Tips for Trick-or-Treating

Kooky and spooky Halloween will soon be here, bringing giggles, laughter and nightmarish scares. Witches with candy are at the kids’ service, but some parents are feeling quite nervous. read

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‘Changes’ Outpatient Facility Helps Kids Struggling with Mental Health, Addiction

Children and teens who are experiencing mental health and addiction issues now have a place to go.

Located in Solon, Changes is a new state-of-the-art outpatient facility from Springstone, a

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