Beyond the fun and games, play is essential to your child’s health and development. Play helps build important social-emotional, cognitive, language and self-regulation skills. When you play with your child, you also help create the safe, stable and nurturing relationships they need to thrive. Find information here to help make play a central, skill-building part of your child’s life.
A medical home combines place, process, and people. The primary health care professional can help the family and patient access and coordinate specialty care, other health care services, educational services, in and out of home care, family support, and other public and private community services that are important to the overall health of the child and family.
Families are much more than groups of individuals. They have their own goals and aspirations. They also are places where every child and adult should feel that he or she is special and be encouraged to pursue his or her own dreams; a place where everyone's in¬dividuality is permitted to flourish.
Every day children are inundated by endless messages intended to educate, entertain, or influence their behavior. It takes commitment and effort on the part of parents to monitor and help interpret these external influences on children.
Parenting has become much more challenging in this day and age. The options for childcare are vast. Choosing the right childcare option for you and your family can be a difficult decision. Find more information here.