Developmental screening provides a fast and helpful look at how your child is doing in important areas like communication, social skills, motor skills, and problem-solving skills. Screening can identify your child’s strengths, uncover new milestones to celebrate, and reveal any areas where your child may need support. It helps you understand your child’s development and know what to look for next. And it helps you work with doctors and educators to plan next steps when it makes the most difference—your child’s critical first years of life.
When the topic of healthy eating is brought up these days, most people associate it with its impact on physical health. And it is true: healthy eating does contribute to better physical health. But what [...]
Physical activity for children is becoming more heavily emphasized today, primarily for health reasons. In an effort to offset alarming rates of childhood obesity, getting children into physical routines at young ages has become the [...]
Often used as a therapeutic technique, mindfulness is a state of being fully aware of the moment and conscious of your thoughts, emotions, and bodily sensations. Practicing mindfulness, both as children and adults, can help [...]