Parents can help kids develop autonomy and positive behaviors by spending time together, helping them regulate emotions and assigning tasks.
A CHOC pediatric psychologist helps parents manage their toddler’s or preschool-aged child’s disruptive, noncompliant and bad behavior.
When quarantining or recovering from colds, flu or COVID-19, CHOC offers sick day activity ideas for kids who grow bored of screen time.
Some kids may struggle to take their medications because of taste or fear of swallowing pills. CHOC experts offer tips to help.
An IEP is an Individualized Education Program that develops the educational program for the student with disabilities.
A CHOC expert helps parents determine how to take care of their family and prevent spread if they come down with COVID-19.
Use health and wellness tips from CHOC experts to help make 2022 your family’s happiest and healthiest year yet.
A CHOC psychologist explains how social media is changing peer relationships and offers best practices for safety and real connection.
In this Q&A with CHOC pediatrician Dr. Rebecca Barros, learn how to keep your children healthy at school this fall.