Health experts agree that enforcing a “clean your plate” rule — regardless of a child’s age — isn’t always good for healthy eating.
Think about the lessons you want your child to learn and pick an allowance structure that supports that.
Asthma flare-ups occur when the airways tighten in reaction to triggers such as pollen, dust, smoke or exercise.
In her blog post, Children’s National Hospital psychologist Eleanor Mackey, PhD, gives parents tips on how to avoid distracted parenting.
It can be helpful to know what your child’s therapy options are — especially when they are between evaluations or waiting for an appointment.