The death of a family member or close friend can present some of the most difficult challenges a family can face. Loss is painful, and as parents we strive to protect our children from such painful experiences. But when someone important in a child’s life has died, children and teens need the support and assistance of adults.
What would you do if a hungry child asked for help?
Created by LionMaus Media What would you do if a hungry child asked for help? We filmed children walking up to adults who were eating at a Farmer's Market an...
How to Help Your Child Succeed
The mission of the California State PTA is to positively impact the lives of all children and families.
Help your autistic child communicate better
Nitin Bindlish, CEO at Mom's Belief, gives tips for parents to deal with their autistic children.
Five Tips to Help a Child's Separation Anxiety
Thanks so much to our friend, Jess, for guest posting today. After volunteering and working full time in children’s ministry for years, Jess has a lot of wisdom to offer on this subject! Take it away, Jess It happens every Sunday in churches everywhere: a mom or dad hands a kiddo over our door and they sob inconsolably. I’m not a parent yet, but I know this is a tricky and trying situation for any family facing it. As a seasoned nursery worker…
5 Ways to Help A Child With Autism Learn Social Skills
This photo helped help a child learn skills to lead in life
How you can help end child abuse
There's no quick fix to end child abuse, but people who see it on a regular basis say it starts with educating parents and with reporting any abuse you might see.
What is “Child Life” and How Can They Help?
Learn how adding a new member to the care team can help both children and parents starting the ketogenic diet.
How to Help Green Your Child's School
Is your child's school joining the green movement? If not, maybe you can help nudge them along. I was so thankful this year when my son's el...
How To Help Your Child Succeed at School
How can parents help their child succeed at school? Check out our top five tips about how to best support your child's education.
Tips to Help Your Child Transition to a New School
Are you concerned about your child's transition to a new school? Find tips to make the transition easier & signs your child might be having a hard time.
Tips to Help Your Child Poop in the Potty
Review what you should do if your child won't poop on the potty, even if she otherwise seems potty trained.
Tips on how to financially help your child in college
If you have a child going to college this year or already have children in college you may be wondering, "How do people pay for it?"
Seven ways to help your nonverbal child speak
Researchers published the hopeful findings that, even after age 4, many nonverbal children with autism eventually develop language.
How monkey bars help your child's brain
Give children the time to walk themselves, let them help you carry the groceries, slow down and let them move.
Five Tips that Helped Improve My Child's Behavior
A Child’s Puzzle Has Helped Unlock the Secrets of Magnetism
People have known about magnets since ancient times, but the physics of ferromagnetism remains a mystery. Now a familiar puzzle is getting physicists closer to the answer.
How To Help Your Transgender Child Be Their Authentic Self
Parents set the tone for how courageous and safe their children feel.