With many kids in the Bay Area learning from home and spending an unprecedented amount of time in front of screens, getting outdoors is more important than ever. We offer some wonderful ways to tap into the incredible healing power of nature without leaving your own neighborhood.
Parenting through a pandemic can feel like an extraordinary responsibility. Her are reliable ways to help kids of all ages manage uncertainty and learn resilience.
In her most recent book, Madeline Levine outlines how parents’ concerns about their children’s future in a rapidly changing economy and society – and the resulting emphasis on grades, colleges and protecting or rescuing children from failure – is actually hurting kids’ chances of future success.
Mask-wearing, check-ups and other important health topics for starting the new school year.
Learn more about the role of sensory development in the classroom and find tips for how to set up a classroom at home that helps with online learning challenges.
A new digital therapy platform, based in San Francisco, aims to connect children to psychiatrists, therapists and coaches, and offers free online parenting classes that help with many of the issues related to raising children during a pandemic.
Caring for a newborn has never been easy. In the midst of a pandemic, that job may be even more challenging. In the era of COVID-19, how do we keep our newborn baby safe, while enjoying the beautiful journey ahead?
Families across the Bay Area have different concerns and needs. This is one reason why schools are struggling with plans to reopen. Here's what we may be seeing.
Are your kids stressed during these challenging times? Mindfulness and nature can help bring a sense of calm to your children when they need it most.
Before many new parents bring their baby home, they are often warned by pediatric experts to never sleep in the same bed with their infant. But a San Francisco author and sleep expert has another opinion.
COVID-19 has forced many kids to spend more time on computers. Learn how to protect their vision.
Lisa and her husband were the 37th and 38th people to test positive for COVID-19 in Santa Cruz county. She shares her harrowing story.