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(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – While outreach efforts have changed amid the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Tuscarawas County Anti-Drug Coalition remains committed to continuing work locally to
(Ohio) – The Ohio Department of Public Safety (ODPS) recently released its 2020 Ohio School Safety Center (OSSC) Annual Report which demonstrates its ongoing commitment to
(Akron, Ohio) – Akron Children’s Hospital and the Molly Ann Gries Foundation have partnered to create a free online training program to educate parents and
(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – Kent State University at Tuscarawas has earned the 2021–2022 Military Friendly ® School designation.
This can be a scary and challenging world sometimes and so many are focusing on raising resilient children.
Step UpTo Quality is Ohio’s Star Rating system for licensed early learning and development programs.
Why is my child acting like this? The tantrums or meltdowns that come from nowhere, being afraid to say no or change plans. There are
(Canton, Ohio) – Middle school students in Stark County have an innovative new way to learn about their mental health in a format they are
A real breakthrough in supporting parents and caregivers with young children. The app that provides parents and families with children under five daily ‘Vrooms’ —
There are times in all of our lives when we have to deal with difficult people leading to a focus on conflict management.
Pregnancy is an exciting but scary time. Knowing what to do to avoid prenatal infections can help calm your nerves.
We often hear the stories of foster families and the children whom they have shared their homes and their lives with. But, behind the scenes,
(Ohio) – The COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult on everyone, but those facing additional challenges for special needs children.
Statistics on infant mortality rates provide crucial information about infant and maternal health. Why are there nearly twice as many deaths among black Americans as
(U.S.) – Parents are dealing with huge demands on their time and energy. Children may not be attending school or involved in regular activities.
(U.S.) – Over the past year, more than 1 million parents have left the labor force due to their children going to either full-or part-time
(U.S.) – According to a recent survey, the majority of parents say they would not be able to help their kids with school work without
(Ohio) – The Ohio Children’s Budget Coalition recently released reports pushing for major needs they see within the state designed to support children.
The Child Development Associate training will strengthen your ability to provide quality care to the children and families you serve.
(U.S.) – The World Health Organization (WHO) advised against pregnant women receiving Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine in a recent report.
(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – Performing Arts Center will host two virtual programs for students over the next two months.
We often have the desire to incorporate mindfulness into our daily routine, but sometimes it feels too overwhelming. Today we have some one-minute mindfulness exercises
(Ohio) – It’s a conversation all parents dread, but it’s one that is inevitable.
Did you know that it is recommended our youth over the age of 6 are physically active for at least 60 minutes a day? Read
(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – The TUFF (Tuscarawas United-Feeding our Future) Bags program continues to serve local school children by partnering at-risk youth from the juvenile
(Ohio) – Bullying…it’s something we’ve all either dealt with on one side or the other or witnessed. It’s been around for what seems like the
January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month and we’re sharing 4 tips to help you increase your likelihood of having a healthy baby.
Did you know that for the first-time babies and toddlers have been included in the updated dietary food guidelines? Read on to learn more about
(Dover, Ohio) – The Dover Public Library is launching a new program that may be the answer!
(Dover, Ohio) – We could all use some kindness and compassion these days.
A book gifting program that mails free, high-quality books to children from birth until they begin school, no matter their family’s income.
There are many unknowns when it comes to COVID-19 but nursing mothers likely have one big question: Is it safe to feed my child, especially