What is Welcome Baby?Children's Service Society of Utah provides the Welcome Baby program to the Salt Lake Valley. An in-home visitation, which strengthens parent child attachment, increases parental capacity and function, identifies early developmental delays, strengthens community interactions and aid parents in preparing their child to enter kindergarten ready to learn. Welcome Baby serves families with children prenatal to three.
Children's Service Society1-801-326-4395Monday - Thursday 7:30 to 6:00
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First it was Target. Then it was your online passwords. Now, chillingly, it’s baby monitors. Time magazine reported Tuesday that Heather and Adam Schreck’s baby monitor was hacked, with a voice on the other end shouting at the Schreck’s 10-month-old daughter. … Continue reading
How do you immunize kids against porn? How do you porn-proof them so your kids stay safe online? It’s no different than the many other dangers you train your kids to deal with–first you warn them, but then you’ve got to … Continue reading
Raising multiple children is a juggling act to be sure. We ran across this article by Carol Morgan, Ph. D. with great advice and suggestions of how to create a loving home where everyone feels loved and cared for. 1. … Continue reading
A recent article explains the changes in the WIC program: WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Some 9 million poor women and young children who receive federal food assistance under the U.S. government’s so-called WIC program will have greater access to fruits, vegetables … Continue reading
The Battery Controlled is a partnership to raise awareness about the severity of this issue and share information with parents, caregivers and the medical community. Launched by Energizer and Safe Kids Worldwide, this effort is committed to helping parents prevent … Continue reading
The question was asked of how the cyber world can affect young children. Now days a lot of moms are able to diminish tantrums by handing them their iPhones. I know more than a few children under 8 who have their … Continue reading
Based on decades-old stereotypes that single mothers are raising children alone and single dads are “deadbeats,” the majority of U.S. anti-poverty programs almost exclusively serve women and children. Fathers bear the brunt. Read the full article here.