Child Life Specialist Chloe Krikac shares a little about the support provided to patients and families, in addition to offering tips.
A More Positive Approach to Parenting
“At its very core, parenting is about teaching children the life skills they’ll need to become happy, healthy adults,” says Dr. Patterson.
Managing Bedtime with Multiple Kids
Bedtime can be a tough time for families. Everyone’s tired, cranky, and patience is wearing thin (particularly mom’s). Here’s some tips.
Helping Kids Learn to Share
Sharing can be hard for little ones who don’t yet understand empathy. However, teaching your kids how to share is an important life skill.
Using Technology to Promote Social Skills in Children with Autism
The Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders recently held a unique four-week robotics camp targeting children with ASD.
Tips on How to Talk to Your Teen to Quit Smoking
These tips can help parents learn what they can do if they find out their teen smokes and how to help them quit.
Managing and Combating Test-Taking Anxiety in Children
Test-taking anxiety symptoms usually first develop during school-age years. Fortunately, test anxiety can be managed and even conquered.
Learning Disabilities and Your Child
Roughly 5 percent of children in public schools are receiving special education services for a learning disability, says a CHOC expert.
How parents can help teens with serious or chronic medical conditions manage their health care
In health care matters, parents of teens must strike a delicate balance, especially when teens are old enough to make their own decisions.