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Make a Sensory Bin

By: Natasha Griffin, M.Ed. Family Studies, Katie Beckett Medicaid Consultant, Penfield Children’s Center Children love to learn through play. As they explore their world, they develop skills that will [...]

Moody Kids

By: Stephanie Shabangu, Penfield Children’s Center No child is happy-go-lucky 100% of the time. And, it’s important to honor all of your child’s emotions because it’s healthy to express [...]

The Overwhelmed Parent

By: Stephanie Shabangu, Penfield Children’s Center We’ve all been there. From parenting to work to taking care of the house – life can become overwhelming! And, when you as [...]

Benefits of Kangaroo Care

By: Josie May, Penfield Children’s Center Kangaroo Care: What is it? The term “Kangaroo Care,” also known as “skin-to-skin,” was created for its similarities to how kangaroos and other [...]

What is Tongue-Tie?

By: Mel Hendrickson, BSN, RN, Director of Health Services, Penfield Children's Center Tongue-tie, or ankyloglossia, is a condition present at birth when a tight tissue band under the baby’s [...]

Caffeine and Kids

Posted by Stephanie Shabangu on May 21, 2019 By: Stephanie Shabangu, Penfield Children’s Center Is it okay for children to consume caffeine? If so, what is the limit? These [...]

What is Croup?

By: Stephanie Shabangu, Penfield Children’s Center Reviewed by: Michelle Benz, RN, Penfield Children’s Center Typically occurring in young children, croup most often develops from a virus and causes a [...]