AAP – Ignore the Flashing Screens: The Best Toys Go Back to the Basics

(U.S.) – The American Academy of Pediatrics is recommending that the best toys for children’s development are those that foster play between a caregiver and child.

Organization Issues Message to New Dads

(U.S.) –, an extension of the American Academy of Pediatrics is sending a special message to new dads.

Building Your Child’s Brain

Experts with Akron Children’s Hospital are sharing valuable tips on how parents and guardians can positively impact the growth of a child’s brain.

Choosing Child Care: What to Know and What to Look For   

The American Academy of Pediatrics is offering a few tips when choosing a child care provider for your child.

Parents: “Fight the Summer Slide”

The Ohio Department of Education is sharing information and resources with parents and guardians to help avoid the ‘summer slide.’

Mental Health Tips for Teens Graduating from High School.

This is a time of excitement and adventure for many young people, but also a time filled with uncertainty.

Five Tips to Help Children with Autism Learn to Read

Autism doesn’t have to affect a child’s ability to learn, just the way the child learns!

Talking to Your Child After Tragedy

After any disaster, parents and other adults struggle with what they should say and share with children and what not to say or share with them.

Local School District Offers ‘Coffee with the Superintendent’

The New Philadelphia City School District is inviting the public to an opportunity to meet with the Superintendent over a cup of coffee.

Organization Issues Tips to Identify and Manage Stress in Teens

The Project AWARE Ohio team has developed an information brief entitled Stress in Teens: Strategies to Identify and Manage Stress.

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