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Speech Language Pathology is helping Families cope with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder)

There are many different forms of autism and consequently, there is a wide variation in the kinds of symptoms experienced by children with ASD or Autism Spectrum Disorder. According to the latest estimates from The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one8-year old child...
Posted On 10 Oct 2016

Dogs at Home: Tips and Tricks to Leave Your Energetic Canine Behind for a Time

Dogs are social animals. Their evolution has equipped them to live in a pack and they don’t have the innate resources to cope with being alone. But most dog owners have to leave their dogs some of the time, and with the correct preparation a dog can adjust to this reality quite...
Posted On 01 Oct 2016

6 Tips For Making Sure Your New Home Is Safe For Your Family

Many people trust that the houses they rent or buy are safe, but unfortunately that’s not always the case. After moving into a new home, you should always take steps to ensure it’s safe for your family. In fact, it’s better to check for safety before signing a...
Posted On 30 Sep 2016

5 Fun Ideas for Unique Baby Pictures

Tiny toes, little fingers, precious smiles. Is there anything about a baby that is not worth capturing in a photograph? Of course not! The question these days is not whether you should take pictures of your little one but rather how you should take pictures of them. With the rise...
Posted On 29 Sep 2016

Avoid Most Product-Related Injury with a Safer Trampoline Alternative

Every child loves the freedom and excitement of bouncing away outside on a trampoline and parents love having a way to encourage their children to be outside and active, but moms and dads worry about the potential safety risks involved with trampolining. That concern is not...
Posted On 15 Sep 2016

Spoiling Our Furbabies With SHEBA® Cat Treats and Cat Food

My cats Capone and Luca (and my angels Sonny, Gracie, and Mystic) are my fur babies, as close to my heart as a pet could possibly be. They are absolutely spoiled, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. When we adopted our dog, Sadie, the cats were – and still are...
Posted On 14 Sep 2016

In the Aftermath: Picking Up the Pieces of Your Life Following a Fire

A house fire is a disaster that no one is truly prepared for. Hopefully, you have discussed escape routes and meetup points with your family just in case, but do you really know what to do in the event of a fire? There’s not just fire damage to deal with afterward. There will be...
Posted On 02 Sep 2016

Why Arts and Crafts Are So Good For You and Your Family

So crafting is your passion and your hobby? If you have little kids, there are many reasons to share this hobby with them. When you craft with your kids there are a number of benefits for them and they will learn a lot of important life lessons and skills. They will benefit even...
Posted On 12 Aug 2016

Save Your Dog’s Joints While They’re Still Young

You’re the one who knows that fluffy member of the family best — right? You know what he likes to eat, what he doesn’t, what his favourite toys are, and how to get him to do that trick everyone loves. Whether you’ve spent weeks or months or years learning about him, spending time...
Posted On 09 Aug 2016

How My Wing Woman Saves My Life, Sanity and Slay!

Get the 411 from another one of my favorite Wing Woman – visit www.mywingwoman.com. She’s sharing the love in 140 characters or less on Twitter @mywingwoman too! I received compensation for this blog post from Teva Women’s Health. We live in a world that doesn’t often highlight...
Posted On 28 Jul 2016

Eye Spy with My Little Eye: Interactive Car Games for You and Your Family

There’s nothing worse than hearing “Are we nearly there yet?” every five minutes from the kids. Most parents struggle with what to do with their children when they’re driving long distances. And, while you could just hand them a mobile device, it sort of takes...
Posted On 27 Jul 2016

Teaching Your Kids Generosity

“Mine!” is one of the most dreaded words in a toddler’s vocabulary. One day, your little cherub is all smiles and giggles, but the next day he won’t let you touch anything because it all belongs to him. Say goodbye to your shoes, your phone, the TV remote, and anything else...
Posted On 19 Jul 2016