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Making Time for Speech Therapy

Between school, work, extracurricular activities and everything else that busy families juggle, adding speech therapy to the agenda can seem overwhelming. Here are some tips for how to make your child's speech therapy a priority, both by regularly making it to appointments and practicing at home. ...
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aParently Speaking podcast

Podcast Episode #11: Kids and Nutrition

On the latest episode of our aParently Speaking podcast, host Miriam Conner discusses kids and nutrition with Danielle Dimengo, a registered dietician at Akron Children's Hospital. Learn what to include in a balanced diet for kids, how often it's OK to splurge on treats, and more. ...
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Getting Ahead of the Game: Balancing Your Student Athlete’s School and Sports Schedule

Many families struggle to find a balance between their child’s academic and athletic schedule. It’s easy for school projects and homework to get lost in the shuffle of practices and game days. Stay organized this school year with tips from coaches and parents on how to help your child excel in the classroom and on the field. ...
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Back-to-School Tips for Every Age and Stage

Over the years, we’ve covered many topics when it comes to preparing your family for the start of a new school year. From sleep routines to school lunches, preschool age to college students, here’s a round-up of several timely topics to help you start the year off right. ...
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Epinephrine Auto-Injectors Shortage: What You Need to Know for Back-to-School

Epinephrine is the only medication and first-line treatment for anaphylaxis, a severe and potentially life-threatening allergic reaction to food, insect stings or bites, drugs or other allergens. A synthetic form

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Know the Law in Ohio: Breastfeeding in Public

Given that August is Breastfeeding Awareness Month, it’s important to know the law when it comes to feeding your baby in public. Learn the details here. ...
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Without her Annual Well Visit, My Kid Could Have Gone Blind

I recently shared the unexpected perks of one of my 4-year-old identical twins wearing glasses, but how did I even know she needed glasses to begin with? She’s so

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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

My 1-Year-Old Hasn’t Said Their First Word Yet — Should I be Concerned?

It is true – a child’s first words are typically formed around the age of 1. However, not all children begin using words by their first birthday. Learn a few things to consider if you or your pediatrician are keeping a watchful eye on your child’s communication skills, including certain hearing and language skills your child should have that will help the transition into verbal communication. ...
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