• Water Safety Month

    May 16, 2019

    May is Water Safety Month.  Many toddlers are curious about water and want to explore it, so it’s vitally important that all caregivers learn preventive tips to keep them safe. Join AAP and other drowning prevention advocates on May 23 by sharing messages on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter about ways we can keep children safe…Read More

  • Childhood Hearing Impairment

    May 9, 2019

    This week’s tip on hearing impairment comes from the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai. It’s important that parents, caretakers, physicians, and teachers know the signs of and address hearing impairment in children because early hearing loss can affect their language development, communication skills, and have long-lasting effects if not treated.  What…Read More

  • Reading With Babies & Toddlers

    May 2, 2019

    This week’s tip comes from Susan Straub MSW, the founder of the Read To Me program. Visit her website http://readingwithbabies.com/ and read below for her tips on how to read with your baby! Read with your baby. That seems to be a simple, easy recommendation. Really, I hear you ask?  Even parents who have saved…Read More

  • Safe Playground Tips

    April 25, 2019

    Playgrounds are fun and wonderful ways for your child to expend all of the energy they have stored up over the winter.  While playgrounds are often designed to prevent injury when used appropriately, these guidelines will help your child have a safe and injury free spring and summer. This week’s tip comes from Dr. Sheena…Read More

  • Raising the Mindful Family

    April 18, 2019

    Raising a family is anything but simple. Busy schedules, digital devices, long commutes—all of this leads to family members who are disconnected from each other as never before. Psychologists Stefanie and Elisha Goldstein show us ways to strengthen relationships, increase everyone’s well-being, and bring the family back together. Adapted from a full-length article originally published…Read More