Many children are fidgety at times, forget to turn in an occasional assignment, or misplace their favorite shirt. However, if you find these scenarios frequently occurring with your child or you notice that he is constantly distracted, forgetful, disorganized, or unfocused, your child may have ADHD.
Emergency use authorization of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine was expanded to include children as young as 12 years old on May 10.
A Long Island resident’s new illustrated book of bedtime stories for children ages 3-6 years old aims to spark creativity in a child’s imagination and let them explore and learn one story at a time.
Books, visiting museums and libraries, and apps are ways to keep our kids interested and learning. Luckily some amazing podcasts will keep kids learning and, most importantly, engaged!
Especially nowadays, it may be important to supplement learning for your children. One easy way to do this is through exciting educational apps for kids.
Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson, MD, MBE, FAAP, pediatrician, and Chief Medical Officer of SpoonfulONE shares, “SpoonfulONE is a revolutionary, science-backed line of nutritional products that makes food allergen introduction & maintenance easy."
Have you noticed your child struggling in school? Perhaps they are having a hard time learning to read, can’t grasp multistep math problems, or are having difficulty staying focused in class. So what can you do?
As we slowly make our way back outside, how can parents get their kids (and ourselves) back to socializing courteously and respectfully?
Debora Thivierge, founder and executive director of the ELIJA School and the ELIJA Foundation, and Melissa Negrin-Wiener of Cona Elder Law, PLLC spoke on this topic during a webinar titled “Plan for Your Child with Special Needs” hosted on March 3 by Schneps Media, the parent company of the Long Island Press.
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