Rites of Passage Through Grandma’s Eyes: What’s Changed?

Rites of Passage Through Grandma’s Eyes: What’s Changed?

I’ve always considered the end of every school year to be a rite of passage. Both students and educators go through a similar routine of cleaning out lockers or files, saying “See you next year!” and making special summer plans. Though each year seems to have a similar pattern, if you look closely, each year is very unique. Read More

Helping Your Teen Learn How to Manage Money

Helping Your Teen Learn How to Manage Money

My two teenagers recently received postcards in the mail from our bank. The cards offered special checking accounts with a $50 bonus and trendy debit card designs. Yikes. I still like to keep track of my kids’ Christmas gift checks, and I can’t imagine them carrying around their own checkbooks or debit cards. Read More

Is My Child Summer-Ready?

Is My Child Summer-Ready?

As a doctor, my goal is to keep children happy and healthy all year long. It is a great privilege to partner with parents to provide for the physical and emotional well-being of children through every stage of development. Summer is here, and with all the great activities children can enjoy, here are some health and safety tips to help parents. Read More

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