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It may seem intimidating to talk to your children about keeping their bodies safe, but this conversation could make a dramatic impact on their safety and development. The Mayerson Center for Safe and Healthy Children is dedicated to spreading the › Continue Reading

Cincinnati Children’s and other local social service organizations created the Therapeutic Interagency Preschool Program (TIP), a refuge for children who have a history of neglect and abuse. WKRC Local 12 visited TIP during Child Abuse Prevention Month and spoke with Dr. Daniel › Continue Reading

All kids deserve great childhoods and all #greatchildhoods begin with great parenting. While no method of parenting is perfect, taking a positive and loving approach from birth is a step in the right direction. Positive parenting helps foster the healthy › Continue Reading

When the topic of child abuse and neglect makes headlines, it’s usually for all the wrong reasons. That is until April each year when the national conversation surrounding this topic turns to something more positive – prevention. April is reserved › Continue Reading

Make your own pinwheels as a fun spring or summer activity! We tested out a do-it-yourself pinwheel craft we found online. It’s fun and fairly simple, but requires some adult supervision.  Here’s what you’ll need: Kiddos, of course! Fun colored paper › Continue Reading