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5 Simple Ways to Help your Child having Anxiety due to COVID 19

5 Simple Ways to Help your Child having Anxiety due to COVID 19

Are you looking for ways to help your child having Anxiety due to COVID 19? Keep reading for 5 amazing tips! The global coronavirus pandemic has been unexpected with its flow-on effects, causing a great deal of uncertainty for all parts of society. As adults, it has resulted in changes to daily routines, changes to how we work, and the need to home school our kids in many cases. This uncertainty has not been limited to ourselves, though, as similarly, our children have also been affected. Ways to Help your Child having Anxiety due to COVID 19 For children, daily…
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What to Do If You or Your Child is Injured in a Car Accident

What to Do If You or Your Child is Injured in a Car Accident

Do you know what to do if you or your child is injured in a car accident? 20-50 million Americans suffer from car injuries every year, which results in disabilities. Injured in a Car Accident? Are you wondering what to do when injured in a car accident? Not to worry! In this guide, we’ll go over what to do after your child has been in an accident. There are no doubts about it; in the aftermath of a car accident, it is almost always best to seek support and guidance from a team of legal professionals. However, planning your next…
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5 Powerful Family Activities for All Generations

5 Powerful Family Activities for All Generations

Are you looking for Family Activities for all Generations to enjoy? Keep reading for 5 powerful activities to help encourage family bonding! It can be tough to get several generations of the family together in one place, much less to get everyone’s face out of their phones long enough to talk to each other. 5 Powerful Family Activities for All Generations To help you make family time more engaging and fun for everyone, here are a few suggestions for family activities for all generations. Collaborative Cooking Allow family members to choose a favorite dish or dessert, and then help each…
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5 Awe-Inspiring Gifts for Clever & Curious Kids Stuck at Home

5 Awe-Inspiring Gifts for Clever & Curious Kids Stuck at Home

Are you looking for some awe-inspiring gifts for your clever and curious kids stuck at home? These five gifts will inspire and entertain your precocious child! When kids are little, they have a perpetual curiosity about the world around them. From asking the question "why" a hundred times a day to wanting to know everything, there is to know about anything and everything! As a parent, we must encourage as much learning as possible, whether that's following the curriculum or understanding the world around them and giving them the information they need and want! Gifts for clever and curious kids…
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5 Learning Disability Symptoms You Should Watch Out for in Your Child

5 Learning Disability Symptoms You Should Watch Out for in Your Child

Concerned your child is falling behind? These 5 learning disability symptoms may help you figure out what is going on in your child's education. It's easy to think that your child is lazy or doesn't want to learn. If your child doesn't seem to be interested in school, it isn't necessarily because they are lazy or don't want to learn. Look for learning disability symptoms, and see if they are experiencing a hard time and need specialized help. If you don't know what signs to look for, we are here to help. 5 Learning Disability Symptoms You Should Watch Out for in…
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Kids and Technology: How to Raise Tech-Healthy Kids

Kids and Technology: How to Raise Tech-Healthy Kids

In 2017, around 45% of the kids that used technology were between the ages 3-4. Technology use is becoming more common with younger children, so much that some people even give their 1-year-olds tablets. Kids and Technology: How to Raise Tech-Healthy Kids If you don't want your children to grow up addicted to the internet or their devices, you will have to put boundaries in place. Continue reading to discover the best ways to brings kids and technology together. All without having them build inappropriate habits! 1. Set Time Limits It is rather easy to get lost in the online world for…
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How to Choose between a Daycare or Nanny

How to Choose between a Daycare or Nanny

Which is better, daycare or nanny? When searching for someone you trust to watch your child, it’s essential to consider all your options. From family members to a full-time nanny, the number of possibilities can be a bit overwhelming.  To get started in your childcare search, first look at your budget and time requirements to understand what is feasible for your needs. How to Choose between a Daycare or Nanny First, you’ll want to generate a wishlist and see what options are best for you. If you’re considering a daycare or nanny, keep reading to see your options. How to…
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What Is Pediatric Dentistry and How Is It Different?

What Is Pediatric Dentistry and How Is It Different?

What is pediatric dentistry? Maybe you've heard about dentists for children, but you aren't sure how they are different. Many people aren't sure if they should seek out a specialty dentist for their kids, but dentists for children do operate differently. Continue reading this article to learn what you need to know about pediatric dentistry. General Dentist Vs. Pediatric Dentist General dentists are allowed to treat patients of any age after they complete their education. While this is the case, there are some situations that they may not be suited for, which means they will need to refer you to…
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What do you do when your child refuses to go to school?

What do you do when your child refuses to go to school?

Are you experiencing your child meltdown everyday right before going to school? Are you feeling frustrated and angry when they refuse to go to school? So what do you do when your child refuses to go to school? Most children will blame physical issues such as stomach pain or leg pain for avoiding school. However, you may find that pain vanishes once they stay at home. You may find yourself reacting to your anxieties and emotions rather than acting in an effective and a well- planned manner.  What do you do when your child refuses to go to school? Having…
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Family Game Night – Helping Siblings Connect through Games

Family Game Night – Helping Siblings Connect through Games

Having three autistic children, it can sometimes be tough to get them to get along! One of the best ways we have learned to help them connect is through Family Game Night! We've all heard about having a family game night.  Chances are, you've tried to make it into your routine, but it fell off the schedule as new things came along. Today, we will go over the benefits of scheduling (and doing) a family game night weekly.  This is great for all families, but especially for neurodiverse families. Benefits of Having Family Game Nights Having a family game night…
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