Teens

Teens

Your Child Just Graduated — Now What?

Like many of you, my past month has been filled with the G word. Graduation. My oldest child has finished high school. That rite of passage has been achieved, and

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Young Children are Getting Less Exercise Than we Thought

We hear it all the time: kids today aren’t getting enough exercise.

Now, a recent study said the age in which physical activity drops off for most kids is younger

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A Home for Teens: Working with Older Youth in Foster Care

According to the Public Children Services Association of Ohio, as of last July, 31 percent of children in custody were ages 12-17, and 913 children aged out of the system. While many families pursue building a family through adoption and imagining parenting younger children, there is a great need for teen foster and adoption. ...
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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

Earbuds, Music and Your Teen

Today, with the popularity of earbuds and other personal listening devices, it’s hard to know if your child or teenager is listening to music at a safe level. Hearing loss caused by loud sound, also known as noise-induced hearing loss, is permanent — but fortunately, it also is 100% preventable. ...
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What is a 529 Plan and at What Age Should I Start One for My Child?

As the cost of college continues to rise at alarming rates, you might be concerned by show much it will actually cost by the time your child is college age.

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Ohio parenting podcast

Podcast Episode #25: 21st Century Skills for Success, Part 2

On the latest episode of aParently Speaking, host Miriam Conner continues discussing 21st century skills that kids need to know with guest Tamara Strom, who has a wealth of experience in the fields of business and education. Listen as she shares what schools are doing to foster important skills and what parents can do at home to instill these skills. ...
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X-Treme Summer Camps Kick the Camping Experience up a Notch

Some camps push the boundaries of kids’ abilities and brain power, challenging and honing their skills and confidence. "X-treme" camps take a specific hobby, activity or aspiration to the next level, becoming an immersive experience that can change kids’ lives. They’re often designed to get campers out of their comfort zones to think outside the box and explore their own physical and mental limits — but in a fun, safe and supervised way. ...
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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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One Way to Teach Teens Credit Card Basics

Do you want to teach your teen how to responsibly use a credit card, but don’t want to open a new account in their name? One available feature allows you

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Study: Are E-Cigarettes Creating More Teen Smokers?

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), teen electronic cigarette use has sky-rocketed by an alarming rate – 78 percent — in the past year. read more

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