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Podcast Episode #16: Parent Panel — Children With Special Needs

On this episode of aParently Speaking, host Miriam Conner continues the conversation about special needs parenting with Dan Clapper and Megan Strok, who share some of their experiences, including who they think benefits from inclusion. Listen as they share challenges and offer advice and ways you can get involved. ...
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How To Help Picky Eaters Overcome Family Holiday Meals

Do you have a picky eater in your life? Are you dreading meal times this upcoming holiday season? For picky eaters, it's important to alleviate the pressure associated with eating, increase exposure to foods, and unlock all of the senses. ...
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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

Teaching Your Toddler How to Talk Effectively

Children learn how to talk by imitating others. They mimic what they hear, so it’s important for you to practice speaking with your child every day. Some words to focus on include nouns, verbs, adjectives and prepositions, which can be applied to daily activities. ...
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We Have a Cleaning Lady and I Love It

Mark the date: 12 years together as a couple, nine years of marriage, and I finally introduced a new woman into my household. I held out as long as I

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“Parenting 101” — a Baby Shower Theme for Curious Parents-to-Be

Parents conduct Google searches twice as often as non-parents. This makes sense, because babies bring with them tons of new questions. read more

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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

My Child Needs Tubes in His Ears — What Does That Mean?

Young infants and children are generally more susceptible to ear infections. By the age of 3, about one in 15 children will undergo tube placement for treatment of recurrent and/or painful ear infections, persistent middle ear fluid, or the resultant persistent or fluctuating hearing loss due to fluid. Learn more about the process, including how it lowers the instance of ear infections. ...
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Holiday Survival Guide for the Newly Divorced

Happy holidays! Right? Maybe not. For a newly divorced parent, the holidays might not be so happy after all. I can relate. No matter how many years I’ve been divorced,

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A Note to Parents About Slowing Down this Holiday Season

Northeast Ohio offers no shortage of family-friendly events, especially during the already busy holiday season. It’s certainly wonderful to have so many options! But it’s easy to feel pushed to

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