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Camp of the Week: Musical Fingers

Musical Fingers offers Summer Classic Rock and Contemporary Christian Rock camps with the same goals at its year-round music therapy and music education classes: let kids have a blast creating music, elevate their self-esteem and instill a deep-seated love for music; and help special needs individuals transform their dis-ability into ability.

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Can You Teach Your Child to be Truthful?

Every parent wants their child to be truthful. While we’d all love to believe that we can teach our children to never tell a lie, that’s probably not very realistic.

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2017 Editions Ages & Stages April 2017 Featured Magazine Parenting

Carry On: Babywearing Basics

Having your hands full after your baby is born is an understatement. Babywearing can become a next best solution to any parent. It can be helpful so mothers can nurse on the go and nurture a child’s craving for closeness anytime — even while multitasking. Learn about the benefits of babywearing, the types of slings, wraps and carriers available, and where to turn for more information.

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Tips for New Parents to Reduce Stress

Parents of newborns often find that it can be challenging to be sensitive to themselves, especially when meeting the needs of their baby takes so much time and energy. Learn some relaxation techniques and stress reduction strategies that can help parents adjust to their new role, as well as advice on where to seek help, if needed.

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Alternative Schooling Series, Part 1: Available Options

Is there anything wrong with traditional schooling? Are there other options that may suit my child better?

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2017 Editions Ages & Stages April 2017 Featured Magazine Parenting

How to Keep Infants and Toddlers Safe on an Airplane

Parents might be unaware of the hazards children face while traveling on an airplane.

The study “In-flight Medical Events, Injuries and Deaths Affecting Children During Commercial Aviation Flights,” which covered the entire pediatric age spectrum, children birth to age 18, found examples of injuries affecting children, mostly in the younger age groups. Children ages 1 to 8 were treated for burns, contusions and lacerations, which resulted from falls in unrestrained lap infants, fallen objects from overhead bins, and trauma by service cart or aisle traffic.

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2017 Editions Ages & Stages April 2017 Featured Magazine Parenting

Nix Airport Anxieties when Traveling with Baby

Airplanes can be a source of anxiety for parents with young children, even before they take off from the runway. Restrictions, security gates, crowds and the added luggage might scare some away from this type of travel until the kids get older. To help ease family trip fears, Akron-Canton Airport plans to provide tours for moms — and dads — who wish to get experience before they board.

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2017 Editions Ages & Stages April 2017 Featured Magazine Parenting

Navigate Toddler Roadblocks When Traveling

Beach vacation with a toddler? Yeah, right! Most parents gawk at the idea of traveling to the grocery store with their toddler, let alone an extended trip away from the comforts of their own home and bed.

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