Parenting

Parenting

Holiday Survival Guide for the Newly Divorced

Happy holidays! Right? Maybe not. For a newly divorced parent, the holidays might not be so happy after all. I can relate. No matter how many years I’ve been divorced,

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A Note to Parents About Slowing Down this Holiday Season

Northeast Ohio offers no shortage of family-friendly events, especially during the already busy holiday season. It’s certainly wonderful to have so many options! But it’s easy to feel pushed to

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The Greater Family

You are born into one family. In my case, that included my mom, dad and two older brothers. That is my “first” family. My dad was kind. My mother is

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LakewoodAlive to Host ‘Depression, Anxiety and Teens’ Community Forum

LakewoodAlive will host a free community forum Tuesday evening featuring a panel of experts who will delve into warning signs, best practices for assisting a young person who is suffering from depression and/or anxiety, and the multitude of local resources available. ...
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Tantrum or Red Flag? Understanding Sensory Processing Issues

In children, sensory processing issues typically arise around preschool age when kids are going through developmental phases or are exposed to a new environment, such as a classroom. If your child is having frequent meltdowns, tantrums or extreme emotions regarding some day-to-day activities, it could be a red flag for a sensory issue. ...
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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

What is Opti-Speech and How Can it Help My Child?

Opti-Speech, a complement to traditional speech therapy, is state-of-the-art technology used to visualize the tongue based on the position of tiny sensors. Seeing the tongue and how it should move can enhance and accelerate results from traditional speech treatment. Learn more details, as well as how the technology is used during therapy sessions. ...
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adoption in Ohio

Adoption Together: Stories of Sibling Groups and the Impact of Parental Opiate and Substance Abuse

In honor of National Adoption Awareness Month, we share the stories of several local adoptive families, as well as the current impact of the drug crisis on sibling adoptions and the foster care system. ...
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Kids and Gaming: How Much is Too Much?

Earlier this year, the World Health Organization (WHO) made headlines when they announced that “gaming” would be added to the International Classification of Diseases. read more

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