Family and Parenting

Family and Parenting

Family, Babies, and Parenting News

Family and Parenting

Family and Parenting
Family, Babies, and Parenting News

Saving Lost Kids and Brian Callies Foundation to build trauma-informed, long-term restoration community

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Tennessee-based Pastor Brian Callies is the Founder, President, and CEO of the nonprofit "Brian Callies Foundation" as well as head of "Saving Lost Kids." Over the last four years these organizations have built a remarkable reputation for being a powerful force boldly addressing the issues of missing, exploited, and trafficked children in effective ways.

New Book, ‘Leaning On Mom: Letters to Roberta, How a Mom of Three with Autism Found Strength During the Pandemic’

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The global pandemic has average parents becoming teachers, referees, cooks, therapists, and so much more. One mother, Melanie Donus, took on the extra challenges of parenting three autistic boys while leaping into sobriety and published a book about the experience.

New Kitchen Table STEAM program includes four STEAM-based activity boxes to meet home-learning needs of specific age groups

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- As families transition from summer activities to virtual, in-person, or hybrid schooling this fall, many caregivers are concerned about providing their children with activities that are fun and educational. Green Kid Crafts, a subscription box service centered on STEAM and nature-based activities, launched their Kitchen Table STEAM program on September 2 to give families extra support this fall.

Live ADHD Free founder Carol Gignoux, M. Ed. Launch Quiz to Help Teens and Parents Assess How Inadequate Study Skills Impact...

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- College is a completely different world from High School. It can be a stressful and, at times, unhappy environment for those struggling to make the adjustment, says Live ADHD Free founder Carol Gignoux, M. Ed. For those students with ADHD, it may even be more so.

The SUDC Coalition and Team Vienna 4 SUDC Awareness Lead New Charge in SUDC Medical Education

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- In 2017, healthy Vienna Carly Savino tragically died at two and a half years of age. Her death was categorized as Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood (SUDC). As a result, Dr. Denise Wunderler, DO, FAOASM, Vienna's mother, founded Team Vienna 4 SUDC Awareness and co-founded the SUDC Coalition.

5 Ways to Prepare for School in a Pandemic, from Colorado’s Doctors of Optometry

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The 2020-2021 school year is starting with a baseline of caution, anxiety and an ever-changing game plan during a global pandemic. Local doctors of optometry have teamed up with the Colorado Optometric Association and 2020 Eyes Colorado to compile a unique list of five areas to consider as families near the start of school.

iPhone Monitoring for Parents: Spyine Releases Special Software Solution

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Spyine, a well-established phone monitoring application, rolled out a new parental monitoring feature for its users recently. The iPhone Parental Monitoring feature helps track the iPhone activities and is expected to solve the biggest problem of parents.

Perigee Fund Invests in 2020 Mom, a California Nonprofit, and Executive Director Joins from Cigna

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- 2020 Mom has been awarded a significant multi-year capacity investment by the Perigee Fund, a philanthropic organization focused in supporting early parenting, so families can thrive.

Pandemic and Black Lives Matter Disproportionately Affecting Black Moms in America

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- June's first-ever State of Black Mothers In America became the largest conference dedicated to this audience in the world, says event co-host Christine Michel Carter. With nearly 2,000 attendees, it surpassed the attendance of the previous title holder by more than three-fold.

Move to Include: Six PBS Stations Join National Initiative to Break Stereotypes of Individuals with Disabilities

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- July 2020 marks the 30th anniversary of President Bush signing into law the Americans with Disabilities Act. In celebration of this civil rights law, WXXI Public Media (Rochester, New York) is leading a pilot project to expand its innovative "Move to Include" initiative into five additional communities.

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