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Declutter your house with this expert advice

Decluttering Made Easy: Reclaim Your House After the Kids go Back to School

It’s the most wonderful time of the year — time to send the kids back to school and reclaim your household. After a summer of camps and goofing around inside, your house may need a little tough love to get back into shape for the fall. Research shows that the average American home has 300,000 items in it, and back-to-school is the perfect time to get rid of the ones that you don’t need anymore. read more

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Creating a budget for college students

For Your Child Heading to College, it’s Time for Budgeting 101

Budgeting can be difficult for a broke college student, but that is when it’s even more important. And it can be done by following five simple steps.  ...
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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

What is Velopharyngeal Insufficiency (VPI) and how is it Treated?

Commonly referred to as hypernasality, velopharyngeal insufficiency, or VPI, is a resonance disorder (how the cavities of the mouth and nose affect the way speech sounds) that results from too much air moving through the nose during speech. Learn about the causes, symptoms and treatment of this disorder. ...
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Goldfish Swim School offers shares benefits of year-round swimming

5 Reasons to Stay in the Pool after the Kids go Back to School

Even though beach and pool season is coming to a close here in Northeast Ohio, the experts caution that families should not put away their swimsuits and goggles quite yet. Learn the advantages of year-round swimming for kids. ...
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Meal prep and healthy snack choices for busy parents.

Meal Planning Tips for Busy Families

Summer is coming to an end and families are shifting gears to get their kids ready for another school year. For many, this means getting back to busy schedules, and getting out the door in time for the first school bell is a challenge that often leads to skipping breakfast and opting for the convenience of a drive-thru. read more

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Making the Transition from Summer Days to School Days

As the lazy, hazy days of summer melt away like a popsicle on the hot pavement, family thoughts turn to the approach of the school year. While many parents eagerly anticipate the return to the structure of the academic year, children may be experiencing a wide array of feelings from excitement to dread. How can we best prepare children to resume the rhythm of their school-year lives? read more

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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

10 Tips for Parents of Children Who Have Just Started Talking

There are several easy strategies parents can use at home to communicate better with their young child, as well as to help expand his or her vocabulary. The following tips are for parents of children who have started to use single words or who have started to put two words together. ...
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Explaining kids' doctor visits and vaccination schedules

The Need for Children’s Wellness Visits

Over the past 30 years, the idea of a “wellness visit” for children, adolescents and young adults has evolved significantly because of changing views on health prevention, immunization protection and antibiotic therapies, and childhood development. read more

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