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Be Smart, Be Safe: A Parent’s Guide to Cybersecurity

When we think about keeping our family safe online, the conversation usually focuses on the content on the screens of their favorite devices. However, one of the biggest threats to your family’s safety is one that many families tend to overlook: hackers.   ...
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Being More Intentional With Your Kids

I’m a list maker — you know, a checklist person. I like to see things visually. If I don’t write something down, it just doesn’t get done. Period. Everything goes

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Go Green: 10 Ways Families can Take Action on Earth Day

Today marks the 49th anniversary of Earth Day, founded to raise awareness about environmental protection. Take this great opportunity to teach your children meaningful ways to care for the planet — here are several easy ways to get you started.   ...
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Nature-Inspired Toys for Kids

In honor of Earth Day, which takes place on April 22, check out the following nature-inspired toys and products for kids. read more

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Podcast Episode #25: 21st Century Skills for Success

On the latest episode of aParently Speaking, host Miriam Conner talks with Emily Fein, COO and Director of Girl Experience for The Girl Scouts of North East Ohio, about 21st century skills for success — for boys and girls alike. Learn the four Cs and why are they important for your child's future success, as well as practical tips and examples that parents can do on a daily basis. ...
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Parents and Schools Work to Prevent Vaping, a Dangerous Trend Among Teens

According to the CDC, the number of middle and high school students vaping regularly rose by 1.5 million just in 2018 — roughly a 77 percent surge. Learn the dangers of e-cigarettes, signs your child may be vaping, as well as what area schools are doing to help students quit the addictive habit. ...
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Kids and Growing Pains: What’s Normal and When to be Concerned

Is your little one waking up with leg pains in the middle of the night? He or she could be experiencing growing pains. While the exact cause of this common childhood ailment is unknown, there are things parents can do to help. Learn the facts, including signs of a more serious issue. ...
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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

How to Prepare for an Upcoming Speech-Language Evaluation

A speech and language evaluation is a normal avenue to pursue when parents or caregivers suspect difficulty with communication. Anticipation of the event can bring on feelings of stress if you aren’t sure what to expect. Consider these helpful tips to prepare for an upcoming evaluation. ...
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Immunization Conversation: Vaccine Debate Renewed Amid Measles Outbreaks

Whether to vaccinate your child or not has become a topic of discussion among parents and medical professionals around the U.S. due to measles outbreaks that have been reported in 11 states. We cover the vaccination conversation and the impact it has on the community. ...
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My 2-Step Process to Maximize the Free Activities in my Kids’ Schedule

In the beginning of motherhood, I was worried. I thought that if I couldn’t afford to travel or pay for a lot of stuff, then our lives would be void

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