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Learn what habits can lessen your chances of developing Alzheimer's, how heavy a backpack can be before hurting your child and other September facts.
Metro Parent's editor-in-chief talks about this month's cover story and how her drive for perfection held her back when she was young.
As a parent, you are your child's first teacher. And guess what? That means you have a wonderful opportunity to build a solid foundation for a lifelong love of learning. We're here to help get you started.
How to identify and treat three learning disorders, plus insight on how ADHD can also play a role in a student's school struggles.
A successful recovery begins with support and resources – and that's just what two people offer to those in early recovery. Here, they share insight and advice for families and individuals struggling with substance use.
The diagnostic evaluation is a crucial component of determining an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) diagnosis. Tyler Arban, Assistant Director of Diagnostic Services at Gateway Pediatric Therapy helps parents know what to expect and how to prepare.
In the whirlwind of changing schedules and big emotions, parents can be a steadying source of support.
Gleaners Community Food Bank works tirelessly with local organizations to help southeast Michigan residents who are affected by hunger.
Adjusting to school is tough, but for kids on the autism spectrum, learning new rules and routines can be even more difficult. Here, the director of centers for Autism Home Support Services offers insight and advice.