As parents, we wonder how to best respond to our children’s dreams.
Here are some ideas for acting activities you can do at home.
Nature therapy can improve a child’s mood and reduce anxiety.
If your child is struggling to read, he may have a reading disability called dyslexia.
Perhaps you have seen the viral video of the toddler who liberally applied permanent Sharpie markers to himself and then to his sibling? Or the mischievous tot who dusted
When the COVID-19 pandemic began, physicians, therapists and other health professionals quickly pivoted to providing more virtual care to their patients than ever before.
If you are like most people, you only think about electricity when your utility bill is super high or when the electricity goes out. This is one of the reasons why we now
With virtual education firmly in place while many D.C. metropolitan area public school districts are closed to in-person learning, many parents have chosen to use learnin
Visual and performing arts are ways for children to creatively express themselves and can help kids develop an appreciation for the world around them. Even if you don’t
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