Signs Your Child Might Need A Speech Pathologist

Every parent looks forward to their child’s first words and for them to eventually produce longer sentences. So, if by the age of 5, your child is still unable to pronounce certain words or still speaks too much like s/he did when s/he first began to speak, should you be worried? Most of the time, […]

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10 Ways To Make Moving Fun For Kids

It can be a little challenging to make something so tedious like moving ‘fun,’ especially when kids are involved. But with a few well-thought-out tips, it can be smooth-sailing. You might think that you won’t have time to entertain your kids, but all you’ve got to do is to involve them in the moving process. […]

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Signs Your Child Might Need Hearing Aids

Your child might have been perfectly healthy at birth, but some children can develop hearing loss as they grow. Back in the day, hearing loss might not have been detected till the child had reached speaking age – around two years old – when parents would realize then that the child was not able to […]

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Preventing A Child From A Possible Addiction

Drugs are a very real danger in our society. Our children are especially vulnerable. While children make their own decisions, there are things you can do at home to help guide them in the right direction. Here are a few tips to prevent your child from a possible addiction.

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How Teens Live A Drug-Free Lifestyle

Unfortunately, many teenagers will experiment with drugs today. Although the occasional use may not seem like a significant problem, even infrequent drug use can put health and safety at risk. It’s always important to understand why teenagers do or don’t use drugs. These are a few of the ways that teenagers live a drug-free lifestyle.

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Parenting 101: How to Make Sure You Buy the Safest Toys for Your Kids

Most kids love playing with the toys you give them and they’re an important part of every kid’s development, that happens to be super fun too. However, you should never forget that your child’s safety is what should always take top priority. When toys are used in the wrong way, some of them can end […]

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The Parent Collective Expands to Include Postpartum Support

As you know, Postnatal depression and postpartum support have been in the news a lot lately but there aren’t that many options for new parents (moms mostly) to access support in a relaxed and social way. The Parent Collective is constantly developing programming for this purpose. The Parent Collective says, “we are launching our postpartum […]

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