Posts Tagged: children

How to help your child transition back to day care

Many day care facilities throughout Kentucky have reopened, and that means it is time to change your child’s schedule again. The transition back to day care can be tough for children and adults, but there are ways to help make it as smooth as possible. For many parents, the reopening will feel a lot like…
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Enjoy a safe bike ride

As more people try to find alternatives to public transportation, and as families stay home and are finding ways to get more exercise on their own, bikes have been selling out across the country. If you’re lucky enough to have snagged a new bike or if you’re dusting off an old one from the garage,…
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Keeping your kids well-rested during homeschooling

As the COVID-19 pandemic wears on and shelter-in-place restrictions stay in effect, families are settling into a new routine, one that for most allows for more time to relax and spend time together. But all of this extra time at home can also increases the likelihood that children may develop unhealthy habits like excessive screen…
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Keep your kids moving

The struggle to stay fit is real. Especially when it comes to keeping your kids active during the pandemic quarantine. Closed parks and playgrounds, along with “Stay at Home” orders, leave little opportunity for kids to exercise and stay active. Homeschool recess time can easily send your kids into surfing social media sites or binge-watching Netflix…
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Creating healthy and safe spaces for children and families

UofL Health – Peace Hospital encourages all individuals to play a role in creating a healthier place for children and families. According to The Children’s Bureau, within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the most common type of maltreatment is neglect. In 2018, about 4.3 million reports were made to child protective services…
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