Stylish and colorful fitness trackers are a hit with kids, and they just might do some good. Amy Chand, youth fitness specialist at the Akron Children’s Hospital weight management clinic, said wearable fitness trackers or activity trackers are a great idea for kids. “It helps them stay motivated and accountable because they can track it,” […]
Tech Tuesday covers apps and other technology that can help your child learn as well as cope with a medical condition.
As a parent, you want to equip your child with every opportunity to improve and do better. That’s even more true when you have a child with some special needs.
Producers of the Chuggington TV series and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) have come together to create a fun learning app about childhood traffic safety.
Whether you have an iPhone or an Android device, there’s a wealth of apps available that can serve as portable health guidebooks that you can reference in emergencies and in your daily health routines.
Parents love to celebrate and share their children’s many “firsts” as they age – first word, first step, first story time, first catch and for some people even the first vaccination. Many also wonder if their child’s development is on track. The new Shot@Life mobile app offers a fun way for parents to both evaluate and digitally scrapbook these “aww” moments from birth to 5 years old.
Does your child dread math? There’s an app for that. Need help with her focus and memory? There’s an app for that too. With the hundreds of educational apps available, however, it can be challenging to find the right ones. That’s why I love finding lists of best apps to help with this or that.