Self Care Starts Here: how to use the REST acronym
By Alissa Zorn Bounce Back Parenting- www.bouncebackparenting.com How are you right now? Feeling well or kinda ‘meh’? Or maybe you’re really struggling. If you’re feeling like you could use a dose of kindness, read on. When you’re stressed it’s easy to think things like: Now is not the time to take care of myself, I’ve got things to […]
November 19, 2021read more
Helping Your Child Develop A Healthy Sense of Self Esteem
How can we help our child develop a healthy sense of self-esteem? By definition, self-esteem is the way in which an individual perceives herself-in other words, her own thoughts and feelings about herself and her ability to achieve in ways that are important to her. This self-esteem is shaped not only by a child’s own […]
November 12, 2021read more
Preventing Overuse Injuries in Young Athletes
Over the past 20 years more children are participating in organized and recreational athletics. With so many young athletes playing sports, it’s no wonder injuries are common. Half of all sports medicine injuries in children and teens are from overuse. What is an Overuse Injury? An overuse injury is damage to a bone, muscle, ligament, […]
September 28, 2021read more
What Should You Know About HFMD?
Hand, foot, and mouth disease (cause by the coxsackie virus) is a viral infection that is most common in children under 5 years old, though anyone can get it. It is not considered a serious illness, but it is very contagious and tends to spread very quickly through schools and daycares. . What should I look for […]
April 9, 2021read more
Be A Buddy, Not A Bully!
Bullying It’s Not Okay! BULLYING AFFECTS ALL CHILDREN There are 3 types of bullying: Physical, Verbal, and Social Bullying happens: Primarily at school and when adults are not watching through e-mail or instant messaging but, can happen at any time. TALK WITH YOUR CHILD ABOUT BULLYING Even if you do not think your child is […]
March 26, 2021read more
Can you see what I see?
Give your eyes a screen-time break! Children spend more time than ever staring at digital screens—on computers, tablets, TVs, smartphones, and other devices. All that screen time can take a toll on children’s well being, including how their 👀 may feel. Staring at a screen for long stretches without taking breaks can cause symptoms such […]
March 12, 2021read more