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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

October is Protect Your Hearing Month: How to Detect Early Hearing Loss in Children

Being able to hear is essential for developing speech and language. However, in Ohio 1.5 in 1,000 babies are born with hearing loss. The incidence of hearing loss rises to 3-6 in 1,000 by the time a child reaches school age. Two red flags that a child may have a hearing loss are if the parents have concerns regarding their child’s hearing or if the child has a speech, language or developmental delay. Learn more warning signs here. ...
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Welcome to the Inaugural Toddler Olympics

Events will be held this Saturday on the front lawn, at the grocery store, playground, and that one Cracker Barrel where you’re still not allowed back. ...
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Kids and Divorce: the Benefits of Respectful Co-Parenting

Are you divorced or separated from your spouse? It can be stressful facing life after divorce or during separation when it comes to dealing with your ex-spouse. read more

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My “Sliding Doors” Day

Do you remember the 1998 Gwyneth Paltrow movie, Sliding Doors? In it, Gwyneth dons another, fun to listen to but we all know it’s fake, British accent and we watch two versions of her life play out in parallel. read more

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    Commitments Stressing You Out? | Give Yourself Permission to Say No

    I am a self-admitted over scheduler. I find it nearly impossible to say no to someone who asks if I can volunteer for something. I have served as a Daisy Scout troop leader, cookie mom, softball coach, school council member, volunteer school librarian, field trip chaperone, school fair ticket seller, book sale volunteer, class raffle organizer, classroom craft helper, T-ball coach...the list goes on. And like many of us, I assume that I can make the schedule work somehow—I mean, that’s why we have the crock pot, right? ...
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    How to do Art with your Kid if you’re a Neat and Control Freak

    Step 1. Back away from Pinterest and pick something easy. Like coloring or basic watercolors. You can do this! read more

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      Medication safety tips for kids

      Children’s Medication Safety While at the Hospital

      From over-the-counter medications to prescriptions, herbs, vitamins and more, knowing what your child is taking and when they are taking it will help prevent any potentially harmful interactions. read more

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      Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

      October is Protect Your Hearing Month: Your Child Needs Hearing Aids – Now What?

      It can be overwhelming when a routine hearing screening and further subsequent diagnostic testing determine that your child has permanent hearing loss. In honor of Protect Your Hearing Month, one local mom shares her experiences with testing, hearing aids, and raising a child with hearing loss. ...
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