A statement of solidarity from our Executive Director and resources for parents to discuss race, racism, and racial violence with their children.
As your child develops from a newborn to infant to toddler, it can be difficult and sometimes frustrating to try to communicate with them and understand their needs. Baby sign language is a great way to encourage communication with your little one earlier on, while also potentially helping them develop their social skills faster and stronger. These are some basic signs to teach your little one, and tips on how to keep them interested and focused while learning how to tell you what they need.
It’s flu season! October and November are recognized by the CDC as the best time of year to vaccinate children against the flu, since most outbreaks of the flu occur December-March. Learn the best way to prevent the flu and what to do if your children are showing signs that they’re sick.