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Home Alone Training Class – Orion Township Parks

Posted by Lisa LaGrou April 8, 2014 Education, Family Health, Health, Reviews, Solutions
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I attended a Home Alone Training Class at the Orion Center in Orion Twp to review the class.

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Breaking a Child’s Training Wheels Habit – Tips

Posted by Lisa LaGrou April 5, 2014 Education, Health, Reviews, Solutions
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Teaching a child how to ride a bike without training wheels parenting tips Spring is here and it’s bike riding season! It may be time to see if your child is ready to break the training wheels habit!

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Free Parent Conference and Resource Fair – Great Start Collaborative

Posted by Lisa LaGrou March 28, 2014 Education, Health
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Our friends at Great Start Collaborative-Oakland along with Oakland Schools have announced the details for the FREE 2014 Parent Conference and Resource Fair for parents of children from ages birth to 5 (and caregivers).

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Great Start Collaborative Oakland County Free Parenting Workshops

Posted by Lisa LaGrou March 28, 2014 Education, Health
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Great Start Collaborative of Oakland County and Oakland Schools provide free parenting workshops, free play days, and free parent and child workshops.

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Detroit Lions Youth Football Camps Emphasize Player Health and Safety

Posted by Glen LaGrou March 26, 2014 Education, Family Health, Health, Reviews, Solutions
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Player safety is a growing concern for youth football players (and their parents). I had a chance to sit down with Chris Fritzsching, Director of Detroit Lions Youth Football to discuss the importance of player safety and how the NFL and the Detroit Lions are promoting youth football safety and overall health in their programs.

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Michigan Maple Syrup Events 2014

Posted by Glen LaGrou March 24, 2014 Education, Events, Health, Local Activities
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Michigan Maple Syrup Events February and March are the months for Maple Syrup in Michigan! Several Oakland County, Michigan and other local Metro Detroit, MI communities offer events, classes, tutorials and celebrations of harvesting Maple Syrup.

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Should We Let Our Kids Go On Spring Break

Posted by Lisa LaGrou March 12, 2014 Blog, Education, Health, OCM Blog
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Our parenting question of the day… Should we let our kids go on spring break when they’re in high school?

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Crittenton Hosts Expert Chick Moorman – Parenting with a Purpose

Posted by Glen LaGrou March 10, 2014 Behavioral Health, Education, Health
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Parenting expert Chick Moorman returns to Crittenton Hospital in Rochester on Monday, March 17, 2014 from 7p-9p to present Parenting with a Purpose.

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Pros and Cons of Early and Late Kindergarten Enrollment

Posted by llagrou March 7, 2014 Blog, Education, Health, OCM Blog
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What age is best for Kindergarten is likely the first challenge parents face in regards to their child’s start in academics. This is an especially difficult question for parents of children whose birthdays fall near Kindergarten registration cutoff dates and cusps.

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Host Families Sought in Troy for International Students

Posted by Glen LaGrou March 4, 2014 Education, Health
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An Oakland County Moms reader is seeking 3 host families within the Troy High School area who are willing to host an international student for the remainder of the 2013/2014 school year.

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