May 2022 Young Children Newsletter

THE MISSION OF EasterSeals EasterSeals is working to create a world where: Each child born with a disability is given the support necessary to participate fully in life and to have dreams and hopes, successes and achievements. Parents… Read More

April 2022 Young Children Newsletter

Good Morning fellow Kiwanians! Family violence and child abuse during COV19: The National Domestic Violence Hotline reported a 9% increase in calls between March 16 – when many states issued lockdown orders – and May 16, 2020 compared… Read More

March 2022 Young Children Newsletter

Good morning fellow Kiwanians! What happens when a child is hungry? Kids who don’t get enough to eat — especially during their first three years — begin life at a serious disadvantage. Hunger hinders brain development. The brain… Read More

October 2021 Young Children Update

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October 2021 Young Children Newsletter

Good morning fellow Kiwanians! I am the New England District Chair for YOUNG CHILDREN. This program focuses on the needs of young children with an emphasis on infants and youngsters ages 0 to 8. I have been your District… Read More

September 2021 Young Children Newsletter

The Importance of play in early childhood Play is essential to development because it contributes to the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being of children and youth. Play also offers an ideal opportunity for parents to engage fully… Read More

JULY 2021 Young Children Newsletter

Good morning fellow Kiwanians! Last month I addressed the importance of swimming lessons for young children to help prevent drowning. This month I continue to promote DROWNING PREVENTION Drowning is the leading cause of unintentional injury death among… Read More

June 2021 Young Children Newsletter

Good morning fellow Kiwanians!Every day about ten people die from unintentional drowning. Of these, two are children aged 14 or younger. Drowning ranks fifth among the leading causes of unintentional injury/death in the United States. From 2005-2014, there… Read More