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Through the Summer Spark website, United Way for Southeastern Michigan and the Youth Development Resource Center are helping families locate learning opportunities to keep kids engaged and avoid learning setbacks in the new school year.
Gaming can actually get kids engaged with science, technology, engineering and math concepts. And at iD Tech, gamers can develop those skills through summer camps and courses.
And why it might be a smart switch for your family, too.
The University of Michigan Museum of Natural History re-opens in a new location. Swing by to experience the new interactive exhibits, programming and more.
Looking for chic basics for your petits amours? Petite Cabane in Birmingham offers kids couture and trinkets with culture and timeless simplicity to spare.
Kids need a nutritious diet for healthy growth and development – and protein plays a major role in that. How do know your child is getting the right amount?
The connection is more significant than you might think. Find out what diet changes can help boost your mental health.
Kerry Peterson of Kaufman Children's Center in West Bloomfield offers advice.
Balancing screen time with other activities can be difficult, but it's not impossible. The Clinical Director of Gateway Pediatric Therapy's Bingham Farms location offers advice for parents of kids with autism.
The owner of Spark Center for Autism in Farmington Hills discusses this unique way of teaching kids with autism and offers advice to trying it at home.
As the seasons change, your child could start showing signs of seasonal allergies. A Shelby Pediatric Associates and Child Lung Center pediatrician shares signs to look for.
The network director of Autism Home Support Services' Michigan locations dishes on how tasting sessions during ABA therapy can encourage even the pickiest eaters try new foods.