If you don’t currently have Disney Junior Canada in your cable package, but would like to have your kids check out some of their programming than March is your month!
Archive for February, 2013
ou’ve probably heard it said at least once: “Music soothes the soul.” These couldn’t be truer words for the music therapists of the Canadian Association for Music. Each and every day, they watch power of music work for some of the sickest kids in the country. For the families they help, the music is a gift that brings them healing, or helps their children connect with the world around them.
Want to increase your toddler’s vocabulary? A new study suggests that the best thing you can do is let them learn new words themselves through context clues.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 1 in 88 U.S. children are affected by autism, a neurological condition that is characterized by social interaction difficulties, communication impairments, and repetitive behaviors. While no one knows exactly what causes it, or when it occurs, there have been many speculations over the years.
Jonah Pournazarian goes to school like most 7-year-old boys. And just like most kids his age, Jonah has a best friend, Dylan. But unlike other kids his age, Jonah is fighting a rare medical condition for which there is no cure; Jonah has glycogen storage disease type 1B.
For generations, Aston Martin and Silver Cross have represented the finest in British design, engineering, craftsmanship and luxury. Recently the two brands came together in a unique and unprecedented collaboration to create a product that pairs the best of both worlds!
Even though she spend Sunday night out like a princess, she is still just mom to her kids. Back to mom duties, Jennifer Garner was photographed out on Tuesday with her two youngest kids, Sam and Seraphina.
Children are at highest risk for developing ear infections because their Eustachian tubes are narrower, which makes it more difficult for fluid to drain from them. In fact, three out of four children will have at least one ear infection by the time they reach the age of three, which makes ear infections the most common infection experienced by young children.
Monitoring of an infant’s growth is an important part of early development. But a new study says that parents shouldn’t be overly concerned if their child isn’t measuring up to other children their age