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We all work hard to empower our kids to speak up when the time is right. By the time your child enters their teenage years, they should be getting ready to take charge of their own health. The more confident they feel speaking up at doctor’s visits, the better. It gives their doctor more information to support them through adolescence – and sets your child up for healthy behaviors later in life too. How can you empower your teen to get more involved at doctor’s visits? Here are tips, with help from Connecticut Children’s psychologists Lauren Ayr-Volta, PhD, and Siddika Mulchan, PsyD.
Looking for family fun? Join us at the Downtown Cabaret! Our Theatre for Youth Audiences productions offer a season of entertaining shows for all ages.
Consulting with an attorney about a divorce case may seem overwhelming. If you have never been through the process, you may not know what questions to ask or what information may or may not be relevant. In addition, emotions are often high since it may feel like so much is at stake. For these reasons, it can be helpful to be prepared with specific questions during your first meeting with a divorce lawyer.
Anxiety can disrupt a healthy sleep cycle. Here’s what you can do for your child.
Meet Rachel Schneider, a Greenwich mother of two. A psychotherapist and clinical social worker, she currently has a private practice where she works with adults. Discover what she and her family love about town, their favorite activities and the best parenting advice...
Overnight camp and travel programs are a classic rite of passage that give kids benefits long after summer ends. Use our Sleepaway Camp & Program Guide to learn about some of the best options in the United States!
Everything you need to know about this common health condition from a local M.D.
As new moms and then as second or third-time moms welcoming more babies, nothing is more important to us than keeping our babies happy and safe. That’s why we are thrilled to share all about a growing baby brand that is completely shaking things up (for the better): HealthyBaby.
We’ve rounded up some of our favorite ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your kids by way of recipes, decor, crafts, books, and movies.
A steamy bowl of chicken soup may not be the cure for the common cold, but it won’t make things worse. Unfortunately, that’s not the case for some over-the-counter or at-home cold remedies, which may do more harm than good. “This is especially true for older people,”...
Everything you need to know about Day Camps in Greenwich and the Surrounding Areas!
The Children’s School invites you to learn more about their child-centered mission at our Open House on Friday, February 9, from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Meet a Mom: Alla Vash-Margita, M.D., Chief of Pediatric & Adolescent Gynecology at Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital
This week’s Meet a Mom interview is with Alla Vash-Margita, M.D., Chief of Pediatric & Adolescent Gynecology at Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital. A board-certified OB-GYN who has been practicing for 24 years, she recently launched a specialized Adolescent Gynecology and Endocrinology Program, which helps the many young women at risk for or dealing with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).
Starting February 1st, put a heart with uplifting words written on it on your child’s door each day until Valentine’s Day.
For this week’s Meet a Mom, we are reintroducing our fearless leader, Layla Lisiewski!
Finding reliable and top-notch childcare is at the top of every new mom’s list—but can often feel next to impossible, akin to finding a unicorn. Jumping from nanny to nanny can be stressful for both parents and kids, so finding the right person without a lot...
Tonight’s Meet a Mom, Linda McGee, is the Executive Director of Children’s Day School, with campuses in Riverside and Glenville.
PuroClean Greenwich | Ridgefield | Stamford | Wilton explains why ice dams (although picturesque) can cause damage to your home and what to do to prevent it!
Many of us are looking for ways to take better care of ourselves and our families in 2024! Time to restart, reset and make time for YOU in the NEW YEAR!
Meet a Mom, Debby Havemann, of Little Penguins Swim School to learn all about her passion for teaching little ones to swim and keep them safe in the water.