Following Bob Read’s passing in January, the veteran broadcast journalist’s family has established a fund to provide Long Island families affected by Covid-19 with financial assistance.
This Women’s History Month, invest in children’s books to inspire your own young girls to change the world.
Planning for a child with special needs goes beyond scheduling doctor’s appointments. There are many questions in trying to understand the legal challenges presented to parents.
Dr. Venus Nicolino, best known as “Dr. V,” answers New York Family’s questions and shares how to maintain a healthy marriage amid a pandemic.
This month, February, is Black History Month, a time to honor Black America. And while we do this, it is also an opportunity to educate our children about what it means to be Black and what better way than by learning through literature?
Many have the day off from work and school on Monday, Jan. 18, so take time to reflect on the reason for the national holiday — Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday. Here are some ways to celebrate his life and legacy on Long Island.
Teaching and learning during the Covid-19 pandemic has posed great challenges for teachers, students, and parents.