As Thanksgiving approaches, you may be wondering about ways to incorporate local products into your Thanksgiving celebrations. This is a great time to not only support local businesses, but also ...
Color Me Mine pottery painting studio, now open in the Pinecrest mixed-use district, welcomes kids, adults and families to come in and create the perfect piece. The studio also is planning several grand opening events for next weekend.
Save the date for a parents' night out at the Rock & Roll Holiday Ball. The Dec. 1 event at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame will feature a performance by Grammy Award Winner Mike Farris, a holiday dinner menu crafted by Cleveland celebrity chef Rocco Whalen, and special holiday activities and exhibits.
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.
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.
Imagine this – you just ate a HUGE burrito and drank a jug of soda. Your bladder is full, you’re slightly winded and your feet are swollen. And now, you ...
Western Reserve Academy has appointed Suzanne Walker Buck as its new head of school. Her tenure will begin on July 1, 2019, when she succeeds current Head of School Christopher D. Burner. Buck will be the first woman to hold the post in the school's history.
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.
In the latest episode of aParently Speaking, host Miriam Conner talks about special needs parenting with mother of five Cyndra Cole. As the mother of a child with Williams syndrome and a member of the board of trustees for the Williams Syndrome Association, Cole shares some of her experiences including the diagnosis, the joys and challenges of special needs parenting, and the mission statement she created for her daughter.
Happy holidays from Goldfish Swim School – Hudson, Goldfish Swim School – Cleveland East Side, Goldfish Swim School – Fairview Park & Goldfish Swim School – North Canton! read more...
“Mighty Molly” is an educational aide in the Fairview Park City Schools’ special education preschool program. When she asked for help in writing something to share her love of students
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