Learning and Growing
COVID-19: Summer Ideas To Keep Kids Active & Engaged
This summer likely looks much different than what families had originally planned. While it’s important for kids to continue exercising their brains, they don't need to do it all at the kitchen table! Read for summer ideas to keep kids active and engaged.
Tips to Encourage Screen-Free Learning During COVID-19
As COVID-19 is persisting through the summer, families may be wondering how to continue screen-free learning at home. Read a pediatrician's suggestions to incorporate learning through everyday experiences.
9 Remote Learning Tips During COVID-19
We’re all facing new challenges we’ve never encountered before, including parents helping their children with remote learning while managing all of their other responsibilities. Read a teacher's suggestions that may help things run a little more smoothly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Needs More Awareness: Local Resources Available for Breastfeeding Moms
Breastfeeding does not come easily for all women. Review this post to learn about the resources available in Hamilton county to help moms initiate and continue breastfeeding.
Hip Dysplasia in Babies: What Parents Need to Know
Hip dysplasia, which is the abnormal development of the hips, affects 1 in 1,000 infants. Learn more about the symptoms of hip dysplasia and how to prevent it.
Questions to Help Assess the Quality and Safety of Childcare Centers
The process of searching for a high quality and safe childcare center can be stressful - especially for parents with lower incomes and/or those with children who have special needs. Read a list of questions to help assess them, including centers that have the capability to care for kids with special needs.
15 Books Featuring Kids with Mental Health Challenges
When kids read about characters who are different from themselves, their horizons expand. And when kids read about characters similar to themselves, it can help give them a better understanding of how they fit into the world. Read our list of books for kids that feature characters with mental health challenges.
Puberty in Girls: Conversation Starters for Parents
It’s important for you to talk with your daughter about changes in her body before they start happening. Read these practical tips for getting the puberty conversation started.
Daily Reading to Kids: 7 Tips for Fitting it In and Making it Count
Daily reading to kids is incredibly important -- but can feel daunting. Learn how to fit it in and make it effective each day.
CBDI School Program Puts Hope Atop Syllabus
The CBDI Hospital School Program offers individualized academic instruction and tutoring to inpatients of all ages on the hematology/oncology floor.
When the Doctor Becomes the Mom
Pediatrician Denise Warrick, MD, answers questions about what life is like when a doctor becomes a mom.
Trick-or-Treating in the Perlman Center
Kids with cerebral palsy and physical disabilities trick-or-treat in the medical center at the Aaron W. Perlman Center with their care team every Halloween.
Congrats Grads! Celebrating the Class of 2015
Congratulations to members of the graduating Class of 2015! Our care teams have had the pleasure of getting to know these incredible young people over the years while they have been patients at
Early Intervention Works: Henry’s Journey with A Speech Delay
As an early childhood educator and mother of two other children, I knew my son, Henry, had at least one developmental delay by age 6 months. He cried and he
Cloud Dough | Pin of the Week
We love to bake at my house. And it’s not just because the end result is eating sweet treats. The boys have so much fun measuring, counting, pouring and stirring
Putting More Meaning Into Your Holidays
The 2013 holiday season is officially upon us and while the wonder, fun, food and gifts of the next five or so weeks will certainly have your kids enjoying the
Activities That Will Keep Your 4-year-old’s Attention
These simple, fun activities will help keep your 4-year-old’s attention. Numbers and Stickers Materials You Will Need: 55 stickers, marker, paper What To Do: This counting activity will help
3 tips to help your two-year-old share their feelings
These simple activities can be done with your children to share quality time and help them better express their feelings.