Where did the time go? Your precious little baby is now starting kindergarten! As exciting a milestone as this is, it can also be a very challenging time for all involved. This may be the first time your child will be away from you for a long period of time. On top of that, you may be concerned about how he/she will fare in school, both emotionally and academically.
Just when it seems you and your child have figured out elementary school, here comes middle school — a difficult transition for many children and their parents. Although it’s only a step up of one grade, it can be a big jump for schoolchildren, both academically and socially.
One minute you’re dropping off your 5-year-old at preschool and the next, she’s packing for college. What happened?! If you’re feeling a bit blindsided by the realization that your son or daughter will soon be living on their own for the first time, rest assured. We can help.
Summer’s here and the livin’ is easy. However, summertime can also pose certain risks to your child’s health and safety. Follow these smart, helpful tips from a recent blog written by our Westchester Health Pediatrics pediatrician Mason Gomberg, MD about the summer-specific things parents need to know how to keep their children safe.
A new school year is starting. Are you ready with fresh breakfast and lunch ideas so your children can perform at their best? To help boost your breakfasts and jazz up your lunches, our Westchester Health Pediatrics pediatrician Lauren Adler, MD has written a terrific blog full of healthy, easy tips and suggestions to feed your kids’ bodies and minds so they are ready to think and learn.