A child with sensory processing disorder cannot escape their symptoms. As a result, he may respond with anger, frustration, or ultimately avoid situations which may cause a breakdown.
Kids’ fears are as unique as their personalities. Many are afraid of animals, insects, loud noises & more! Dismissing kids’ concerns isn’t the answer. The best approach is problem-solving.
Because the line between teasing and bullying can be blurry, the ability to recognize and respond appropriately to light-hearted teasing is a valuable social skill.
Over 300 pediatric medical and surgical specialists care for infants, children and adolescents at Cleveland Clinic Children’s main campus, regional hospitals and family health centers.
With the flu and cold season around the corner, try simple, natural strategies to help keep your child healthy and strong. These tips can also help the body fight illness more efficiently.
Lake County YMCA Youth Soccer League helps children gain confidence by learning to pass or kick, and it builds positive relationships that lead to good sportsmanship and teamwork.
With so many milk options, Today's Family offers some info to compare the pros and cons of the most common kinds of milk.
Twelve-year old initiates the first ever International Kids Film Festival with movies created by kids, for kids to raise money for The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are usually a concern for adult women. But did you know babies and young children – boys and girls – can get them?
The Stuttering Foundation can provide free stuff like video tapes, things for teachers, siblings and pediatricians, and ways to get insurance for covering stuttering therapy and more.