While the ACA accreditation is a valuable credential, it is no replacement for doing your homework about the camps you enroll your kids in.
Science also shows us that we may be wired to feel even better when we sing in a group – and the bigger the group, the better.
Summer’s not an ocean breeze for working moms. We try hard to make it as fun as we can, but inside we’re secretly freaking out about missing out.
Six years after dianosis, we are now in the thick of dealing with the social elements of food allergies with a tween.
As painful as it is to set our kids free and lose control over them, in the long run they'll only grow from the time spent away at camp (and beyond.)
Summertime posts are filled with thingswe "must" experience before it's over. In lieu of the "bucket list," I've put together something different.
Want to reclaim the joy that is summertime? Here’s your twelve-step plan to keep it together when school’s out so you make it a season you want to remember.
In a study that will surprise exactly zero parents, teenagers were found to be at exceptionally high risk of leading a far too sedentary lifestyle.
Holy crap, I can’t believe it’s the last week of school!! What a shitty spring we’ve had. About damn time summer showed up. Summer will be fun. I look forward to summer. Why am I not feeling excited about summer?…
Summer for someone on the autism spectrum can be difficult. However, there are ways to put together a fun summer with minimal frustration.
While we might be tempted to schedule and program our children all summer, a balance of time for free play can be extremely valuable.