Dear B, you may not remember me but I will forever remember you. We met while you were being treated in hospital for an eating disorder. In my mind and certainly in the mind of many others you were beautiful inside and out. Besides the beauty and kindness of your heart what I saw inRead More Why do people in Early Childhood Studies care so much about kids?
Rob McClendon: Early childhood education is more than a social issue it’s an economic issue as well. This week we focus on the long-term benefits of investing in those first five years of a child’s life. Did you know that one-third of Oklahoma’s kindergarteners are not ready to start school on that very first day?Read More Early Childhood Education Yields High Returns
IN DEDHAM WHERE A DAY CARE CENTER HAS BEEN EVACUATED DUE TO STRUCTURAL CONCERNS. STUDENTS BUNDLED UP, AND CARRIED OUT OF THE LITTLE SPROUTS DAY CARE BECAUSE OF A REPORT OF A STRANGE NOISE IN THE SCHOOL. THE CHILDREN ARE WAITING ON BUSES UNTIL THE CHILDREN ARRIVE. PICTURES FROM LIVE SKY 5 OVER THE ACTIVERead More Daycare evacuated after strange noises heard
Childhood Diseases Here in Dialakoroba, there are many different diseases affecting children. Some of the more serious problems, to be quoted, are malaria upper respitory infections and wounds. In Demisenibanaw, the most serious disease is malaria. Malaria attacks a lot of the school aged children between 8 and 12 years old. We do traveling programsRead More Mali: DEMISENIBANAW (Childhood diseases)
Hi. I’m Kathy Santo with Iams. Today we’re going to talk about what to do when you bring home your new puppy. We’ll cover everything from supplies and preparation steps to the car ride home, the first few days– how to introduce him or her to your family, and more. Before you bring your puppyRead More How to Take Care of a Puppy: Bringing a Puppy Home
The idea for “Baby Doll Circle Time” has been germinating within me for probably three decades. When I got my PhD I worked in an infant/toddler center and at that point I had the knowledge, I had the heart, I had everything that knew that I had to get more one on one time withRead More Baby Doll Circle Time – Meeting The Needs Of All Infants And Toddlers
A Toddler Chewed Lead Paint Off His Toys. This Is What Happened To His Brain. JP is a 4 year old boy, presenting to the emergency with a steady decline in coordination, appetite, and speech. His mother Sarah, tells the admitting nurse that he had lost 5 pounds over the last week and had developedRead More A Toddler Chewed Lead Paint Off His Toys. This Is What Happened To His Brain.
>>>>: BABY REBECCA IS ABOUT THE ONLY ONE SMILING THIS MORNING AT THE WOMEN AND CHILDREN’S EMERGENCY HOMELESS SHELTER. THAT’S BECAUSE IT’S 5:30�P.M. AND IT WAS A LONG NIGHT. THIRTYSIX CHILDREN AND 43 WOMEN SLEPT SIDE BY SIDE ON BLANKET COVERED MATTRESSES LAID OUT LIKE A PUZZLE ON THE FLOOR. THEY SAY THAT THE DOWNTOWNRead More Homeless Babies And Toddlers Endure Tough, Long Days On San Diego Streets
[MUSIC] A febrile toddler played with his cat. This is how his brain shut down. “DD” is a three-year-old boy, presenting to the emergency room unconscious. His mother, Emily, tells the admitting nurse that he had suffered two seizures in the past hour. You see, about ten months ago, DD was experiencing problems. Something seemedRead More A Toddler Played With His Cat. This Is What Happened To His Brain.
THAT PUTS IT IN THE HEART OF NORTH RICHLAND HILLS. EAST TURNED PARKWAY IS STILL CLOSED WHILE THEY INVESTIGATE. A FORMER PLANO DAY CARE EMPLOYEE IS EXPECTED TO TURN HERSELF IN AT ANYTIME ON FELONY CHILD ABUSE CHARGES, STEMMING FROM THIS VIDEO THAT HAS ANGERED MANY WHO ARE SEEING IT EVERYWHERE ON SOCIAL MEDIA. J.D.Read More Fired Daycare Worker Expected To Turn Herself In