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Great Podcasts for Parents (and Kids, Too!)

Until a few years ago, I had never bothered to listen to a podcast. I assumed podcasts were similar to National Public Radio, but for hipsters and nerds. This assumption

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8 Snow Day Activities for Parents and Kids

Winter weather has struck again in the greater Cleveland/Akron area — and that means a snow day or two is likely on the horizon. We combed Pinterest for some fun

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#CLEMAMA: Making a Difference in the New Year

Starting off the new year is always exciting. I think it’s because we all feel that opportunity to make a fresh start: start eating better, get fit, find a new

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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

The Benefits of a Lullaby

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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Podcast Episode #20: Parent Panel on Family Travel

On the newest episode of our aParently Speaking podcast, host Miriam Conner speaks with father of five Jason Russ and mom of three and travel blogger Leah Yoder, who reminisce about some of their family vacations. This episode is sure to stir up some of your own family vacation memories! ...
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How to Do More (and Less) in 2019

It’s a new year. Have you spent some time recently reflecting on the past year and dreaming of what is in store for you and your family in 2019? Maybe

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Summer camps in Ohio

Summer Camp Lets Kids ‘Unplug,’ Build Relationships

With screen time being so common in our everyday lives, kids need to develop solid time management and social skills. A summer camp can be the perfect opportunity to nurture these skills and for a child to grow, form friendships, gain confidence in taking risks, and keep their mind active when class isn’t in session. ...
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Hit the Reset Button on Your Child’s Electronics Usage

If you are a parent of a tween who has their own smart device, you are familiar with  your kid’s tilted posture when they are looking at the blue

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