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Have you ever considered going to couples counseling? Turns out, there’s a lot more to it than just picking a counselor and going to a few sessions. Dr. Christine Belaire with Belaire Counseling Services weighs in with some helpful advice.
It seems we made it: summer is winding down, we are shifting into back-to-school mode, and extracurriculars are getting started. This means things are going to start speeding up again. I know at my house, summer allows for a break from the running ar
Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) is defined as a hearing problem that affects how one processes and understands sounds due to an interruption in the brain when it tries to process these sounds, especially speech. There’s no known cause of it–doctor
Did you know that gymnastics isn’t only for your incredibly active six year old? Your baby or toddler can enjoy and benefit from participating as well. Anastasiya Motuzok, co-owner of LA Gold Gymnastics, started gymnastics at the age of 7 and was a c
If your child has stepped foot in a local summer camp, chances are you have heard about Three O’clock Project, an initiative headed by Emily Chatelain to address food insecurity in our community through school programs and assisting summer camps.
Sports has always been a topic of joyful memories as well as concern for parents. On one side, children in sports have the opportunity to get physically active while doing something they find enjoyable. Being part of a team and being able to interact