Specific ideas for talking with your kids about alcohol from Mothers Against Drunk Driving Rhode Island.
The 2018 Kids Count Factbook about RI children was released to a record crowd of 570+ people – learn what was discussed at the release breakfast.
Kids Count RI compiles statistics annually to measure how RI’s children are doing. See this easy-to-read summary of the Factbook.
This week a 3-year-old boy drown in a neighbor’s pool in Woonsocket. We offer water safety tips and information to help keep your kids safe.
What do you know about the Dwares JCC? Did you assume it was just for Jewish people? Learn about the programs provided by this community center.
The season for sniffles and achoos has arrived. Here are tips to help your kids deal with allergies from CVS MinuteClinic physician assistant, Giana Lewis-Fairley.
Brain Week Rhode Island runs March 10-18 with activities across the state – and most of its offerings are free.
This new parenting group is for parents of children 6-8 years old and starts March 15 at Bradley Hospital in East Providence.
Read how Jeanette Bradley, the East Greenwich author of LOVE, MAMA, developed her book based on her own experience.
Managing candy consumption during the Halloween binge and protecting your kids from sugar addiction.