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Early Intervention is Important for Speech and Hearing Delays

As parents, we watch for every milestone — whether you have an infant or school-aged child — with careful caution and hope. We want to ensure our children have the basics down, like eating, talking, and mobility of their hands and feet. When issues do arise, it can be difficult to understand, and we might be tempted to play the blame game with ourselves. But for children who may have any delay, such as with hearing or language, it’s important not to wait. ...
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Simple Bedroom Fixes to Improve Your Child’s Sleep

Happily, sleep science can help you create a bedroom that’s a sanctuary for sleep. These simple bedroom fixes could put your child’s sleep troubles to rest. Take a few minutes to improve your child’s sleeping space. ...
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2021-22 Independent School Open Houses

Open house events are ideal for parents and students to ask questions, meet faculty and see if a particular school is the right fit. Private and other schools all across Northeast Ohio offer families many opportunities to visit their campuses. ...
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Navigating Toddler Sleep Transitions

Just when you have your child's sleep routine down, you realize it's time for the big kid bed. This can happen without much notice. Here are some ways to make a smooth transition for a better night's rest for you and your child. ...
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Coming Soon: Northeast Ohio Parent 2021 Cover Kids Contest!

Your child could be on the cover of Northeast Ohio Parent magazine! Our 2021 Cover Kids Contest is coming soon, with entries being accepted October 1-31, 2021. Children between the ages of 2 to 15 years old will be considered.  ...
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Supporting a Family When a Child is Diagnosed with Cancer

A child’s cancer diagnosis has a ripple effect and support for those affected can be very important. The best approach in a situation like this is to proactively offer specific types of support. There are many acts of kindness, big and small. Here are some tips on how you can support a child and their family during this time. ...
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Every Parent Deserves a Solo Staycation

As I write this, I have been alone in my house for the past three days and it has been glorious.

How does a mother of three young children get

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7 Ways to Address Common House Clutter Complaints

Whether you are drowning in socks, consumed by crafts or just plain paralyzed with clutter, there is hope for home order. Professional organizer Ann Shenk, founder of Simple Spaces in Bay Village, offers tips to address parents’ most common complaints to get all hands on deck and help save our spaces. ...
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Create a Makerspace for Your Kids at Home

Makerspaces have begun popping up in school classrooms, at libraries, and in local communities in recent years. They’ve become especially popular in science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) classrooms, but they’ve also been popping up in homes. ...
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Crafts of the Harvest Season

It’s Fall. A time to explore. Eat. Create. Look to our gardens, fields, orchards and nature trails for a bountiful harvest of not only the season’s menu, but materials and inspiration for hands-on art projects and festive crafts. However simple or sophisticated, revel in these cooler months with a homemade masterpiece. ...
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