A home atmosphere can bring comfort and practicality, especially when it comes to therapy services for children.
As schools prepare to receive students for a fresh start to learning, there are several ways parents can help their kids tap into their unique learning rhythm.
The staff at Temple Grandin School use a socio-academic approach that blends a social lens with an academic lens to foster comprehensive learning.
Whether your child is exposed to the news of yet another school shooting, is entering a transition year — such as going to kindergarten, middle school, or high school — or is just nervous about starting a new school year, it’s more important than ever to support them with coping skills.
Is your child exhibiting anxiety about going to school? They’re not the only one. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 4.4 million children are living with anxiety.
As children grow, their eyes change quickly. Careful attention to a child’s eye health can help catch problems early, while their eyes are still developing.
As they say, “It takes a village.” And when it comes to helping children, caregivers and families get back to school in wellness the village is here to support anyone in need. Don’t hesitate to reach out to these diverse local organizations to learn how they can assist your family moving forward this fall.
Gardening is renowned for countless benefits. Sharing gardening with children means enjoying all these health and wellness benefits together.
Parents often have little time for real self-care. We routinely finish last in this regard as we care for our kids, our partners, extended family members, pets, the house, our careers, and the list goes on. Parents, let’s honor ourselves by choosing to put ourselves first sometimes!
Whether you’re choosing homeschooling, virtual learning from home or in-person schooling, the anxiety and stress can feel overwhelming.
Across the county, school districts, private schools and charter schools have found safe and innovative ways to connect preschoolers with learning, and the students have responded with enthusiasm, flexibility and dynamism.
With flu season upon us, it may be tough to tell the difference between a chest cold and something more serious – like the flu or COVID-19.
Now that schools are almost back in session, the backpacks are filling up quickly with No. 2 pencils, stacks of ruled paper and folders in every color of the rainbow. While many students feel excited to start school this year, some parents may be feeling a bit more trepidatious than usual. Here we have a list of health guidelines to make it easier to navigate the school year so you can keep your students safe and healthy.