(NEW) Web Book-First of it's kind- Read all about Eithen in his diary. Eithen 11 years old has found out his parents are monsters, and the fate of the world is resting on his shoulders, to face and fight an evil so ancient monster it can't be stopped by anyone or anything...Has Eithen got the the power to stop him? - Is he afraid? - Read if you dare.....Author David Sullivan...
Gary Rosenzweig talks about using Leopard's parental controls to keep your kids from playing with things your computer and the Internet that you don't want them to.
Marnee Brick, Speech-Language Pathologist and TinyEYE Co-Founder discusses speech therapy tips for parents.
Are you concerned because your wee one is not talking yet? Try my staircase approach - one step at a time.
Being a parent of a sick child is emotionally and physically draining. Between school, doctor's appointments and treatments, you are thrown into a world where there is very little control and every decision can be critical to your child's wellbeing.
A new innovative tool from the Childhood Leukemia Foundation called the "Hope Binder" helps parents manage the overwhelming amount of information related to their child's care. It includes worksheets and resources to help document treatment protocols, medicines, doctor's appointments, blood counts, physicians, hospitals, nutrition concerns, and insurance benefits - all the details that come with facing cancer. It even includes free telephone calling cards to reach doctors and other family members.
A copy of the popular video game Re-Mission is also included in the binder. Rated T for teen, it is designed to give young cancer patients a sense of power and control over their disease. The 3D game is a 20 level journey through the bodies of fictional patients with different types of cancer. Players control a nanobot named Roxxi. The task? Blast cancer cells, battle bacterial infections, and manage realistic, life-threatening side effects.
Offered at 160 hospitals nationwide, it is now making its way to even more families, free of charge, thanks to a $75,000 grant from health insurance company CIGNA to produce and distribute more than 2,000 of them.
Produced for CIGNA Healthcare
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5 Good Parenting Tips For Every Parent In The World...
Democracy in Canada is a joke! We have no rights except to pay forced taxes and do as we are told by unscrupulous judges in the Supreme Courts of NS. To heck with parental rights, just keep paying child support forever! Run Canada Run! Distributed by Tubemogul.
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DadLabs Ep. 333 The Lab - Snacks have a way of taking over a household. And as parents, we know kids need them, but how do we prevent every event from becoming all about the snacks? We take this issue into the Lab and digest the information. Brought to you by Boon.
Parenting Skill gives tips on building your children because it has been always said that children learn from their environment. So if your aim is to give a better life to your children, then help them to build a strong self esteem. Always speak positive about yourself and emphasize on your strengths. This will teach them to be proud of their talents, skills and abilities.
DadLabs Ep 338 The Lounge -- In this episode we ask experienced parents to discuss those Superfund Sites of parenting, to describe the most appalling cleanups and gross scrubdowns that come with the child raising territory. Interestingly, not a single parent we asked had to hesitate before answering. Brought to you by OxiClean Baby.
DadLabs Ep. 342 The Lounge -- Tell the truth, parents, don't you secretly look forward to those business trips that get you out of the house for a few days? We put this question to our panel of experienced parents, and they unpacked their opinions. This episode is free of surcharges and baggage fees.