Keeping Kids Safe Online

Keeping Kids Safe Online

The Internet can be a great tool. It’s often where we turn for entertainment, shopping, learning, and keeping up with friends. But, the Internet can also be a scary place for kids. Our children are faced with a whole new set of dangers that older generations never had to deal with the availability of online…

Holiday Gifts for Kids

Best Holiday Gifts for Kids

With the holidays comes gift-giving. Instead of picking something random off the toy store shelf, this year, aim to get toys that promote skills that are vital to your child’s development. Problem-solving, language and literacy, math, science, creativity, and social-emotional growth are all things that your gift could improve. Choosing gifts that foster education and…

All Eyes on Eye Health and Safety

All Eyes on Eye Health and Safety

The month of August is dedicated to children’s eye health and safety. 1 in 4 kids has a vision problem. Protecting your child’s eyes from physical harm and early detection for other eye health issues is key to keeping your kids’ eyes in tip-top shape!  Eye Protection One of the most important things you can…

April is Autism Awareness Month

This April marks the 12th annual Autism Awareness month which is dedicated to spreading awareness and promoting acceptance and appreciation for those with Autism Spectrum Disorder. What is Autism? Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a complex developmental disorder. It encompasses a broad range of conditions that vary in severity and are often characterized by difficulty…

National Nutrition Month | Pediatric Care Group

National Nutrition Month

Spring is the season of growth, and it’s the perfect time to revamp your family’s meals and spice up your healthy eating routine. Finding healthy recipes, ones that even your pickiest eaters will enjoy can be a challenge for busy parents. We’ve come up with four nutritional trips to ensure your children get all the…