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by Carole Kramer Arsenault on October 28, 2021
How do you teach your children to be more mindful?
by Carole Kramer Arsenault on October 28, 2021
One of the most popular questions we get asked is can mindfulness even be taught? The short answer, yes. There are many techniques parents and childcare providers can teach children how to be more self-aware in the present moment. ... Read full article
by Carole Kramer Arsenault on October 28, 2021
How to Source Childcare
by Carole Kramer Arsenault on October 28, 2021
Sourcing childcare can be a difficult task, especially for new parents. Every parent wants to ensure that their child will be safe, loved, and attended to, but how to find that perfect person can be challenging. Start Early!... Read full article
by Boston Parents Paper on October 1, 2021
Special Needs Schools in Greater Boston Massachusetts and New England
by Boston Parents Paper on October 1, 2021
In Boston, Massachusetts and throughout New England, there are many special schools that are dedicated to helping children with special needs succeed. Helping kids and young adults challenged with LD to succeed is what these schools are all about.... Read full article
by Jennifer Pedley, MS, RNC-OB, NEA-BC on September 24, 2021
What Happens in the Nursery?
by Jennifer Pedley, MS, RNC-OB, NEA-BC on September 24, 2021
Most newborns never need to visit a maternity nursery, but when they do, CHA’s Continuing Care Nursery (CCN) offers the special attention some babies need to get a healthy start. ... Read full article
by Jennifer Pedley, MS, RNC-OB, NEA-BC on September 24, 2021
Hearing From the Beginning
by Jennifer Pedley, MS, RNC-OB, NEA-BC on September 24, 2021
How common is hearing loss in newborns? While most newborns are fine, about one in 200 are born with congenital cytomegalovirus, or CMV. ... Read full article
by Dr. Kathleen Harney on August 26, 2021
How Safe is Childbirth? CHA recognized for excellence in maternity services
by Dr. Kathleen Harney on August 26, 2021
Most people who have children don’t give much thought to risks. But childbirth is unpredictable, even when women are healthy, and health care providers need to be ready for the unexpected. ... Read full article
on April 7, 2021
Every parent should stock up on these must-haves... Read full article
by Kim Penney on March 29, 2021
Help Your High School Student Navigate College Search during COVID Pandemic
by Kim Penney on March 29, 2021
How can high schoolers (and their families) successfully navigate the college search and application process during the pandemic?... Read full article
by Boston Parents Paper on January 23, 2021
10 Tips to Help Heal Homesickness
by Boston Parents Paper on January 23, 2021
The one thing that puts a bigger damper on overnight camp than too much rain? Homesickness. It’s common, it’s normal and there are, thankfully, many things you can do to help your child cope with or avoid significant homesickness. ... Read full article
on January 23, 2021
Camp and the College Connection
on January 23, 2021
How summer camp boosts college readiness.... Read full article
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