Do you have a child that likes to tinker or has a love for theater? Or maybe your child is obsessed with science or math really gets them excited. Find out if Destination Imagination – or DI – is right up their alley!
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A local expert explains the new Dyslexia Bill of Rights for Alabama. The first important piece of this legislation creates a legal definition of dyslexia for the state of Alabama, and local families affected by dyslexia should know what it means.
Here’s a short list of the competencies your child will gain in the magnet arts programs in Huntsville City School’s Magnet Arts programs.
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I knew I needed to find a support system, other parents with children that had similar delays to our own, just so we could ask questions of someone other than our pediatrician or speech therapist or EI coordinator. But how does a parent of a child with special needs seek out support?
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month – 1 in 4 women will experience domestic violence during her lifetime. We spoke with experts about what to do if it happens to a friend or family member.
If you’ve ever finger-painted with a toddler, you know how messy introducing little ones to their inner artist can be. But there’s a new program in Huntsville that combines art with stories and play just for the tiniest of art enthusiasts. Be the first to bring your toddlers for the Huntsville Museum of Art’s NEW Artsy Tots: Ages 2-3 program!