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Podcast Episode #52: Saving for College

No matter how old your kids are, what they will do after high school is something you probably have started to think about. One question most parents have is how to pay for it. On the latest episode of aParently Speaking, host Miriam Conner is joined by Tim Gorrell, executive director of the Ohio Tuition Trust Authority, who shares advice for parents and answers questions about Ohio’s 529 Plan. ...
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Coming Soon: Northeast Ohio Parent 2020 Cover Kids Contest!

Your child could be on the cover of Northeast Ohio Parent magazine! Our 2020 Cover Kids Contest is coming soon, with entries being accepted October 1-31. Children between the ages of 2 to 15 years old will be considered. Winners will receive a cover shoot session that will be featured on a future issue of Northeast Ohio Parent magazine! ...
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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

How to Communicate with Your Deaf or Hard of Hearing Child

The key to your child's language development and learning success is using two-way communication: interacting with your child and encouraging your child to interact with you. There is no one type of communication that is right for every child, and parents should obtain as much information as possible about the various options. Find an overview of five communication choices here. ...
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#CLEMAMA: Make Time for a Workout

Baby steps still move us forward” is one of my favorite quotes. I think of it a lot because I usually like things to move fast. I’m not

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Positivity During the Pandemic: How Music can Help us Begin to Heal

I just finished watching “Bill and Ted Face the Music.” It is not a great movie, but for a proud member of Generation X like me, it was a fun

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Northeast Ohio 2020-21 Independent School Open Houses

** To ensure an event has not been canceled to COVID-19 concerns, please check with the schools you’d like to visit prior to attending. ** read more

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Going Gluten-Free: Living With a Celiac Disease Diagnosis

While gluten sensitivities do exist, celiac disease is different in that it is a lifelong, genetic autoimmune disease triggered in certain individuals by eating gluten. If left untreated, it can severely damage parts of the small intestine. The only way to combat celiac’s effect is by adhering to a strict gluten-free diet for life. We share tips and resources. ...
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Explore Coral With the Greater Cleveland Aquarium

What is coral and why is it important? Greater Cleveland Aquarium Senior Aquarist Brenton M. explains why coral is so important to ocean life, as well as several unique facts about the animal — including what gives the different species their vibrant colors. ...
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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

The Benefits of a Lullaby for Babies

The ability to process music appears in specialized areas of the brain during the first few months after birth. It socially connects, communicates, coordinates and instigates neurological and physical movement, stimulates pleasure senses and hormones, alters perception, and shapes personal identities. Find out why a bedtime lullaby is beneficial for babies, kids and adults.  ...
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Cleveland Public Library Offers School Resources to Families, Teachers

Whether virtual or in-person, school is back in session. To help children, families and educators, CPL is offering resources and programs to enhance the learning experience, complement lesson plans, encourage reading and learning, and spark curiosity. ...
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