GRAND Magazine Editor’s Note: This looks like a fun show to watch to see how grandparent seniors and adult grandchild aged juniors get along when living together.
Ever look at young people today and think, we are way too different to see eye to eye? You’re not the only one. A new reality show called [...]
By Debra Karplus, MS, OTR/L
When you and your husband were dating, umpteen years ago, and the relationship started to become serious, it became time to meet his parents. You expected that his folks would be pleasant people. But you were young, your backgrounds were so different, and when alone in the room with his [...]
The Issue: Depends on your definition. Or is it your age or culture? As reported in the Washington Post Magazine earlier this year, a growing number of child advocates in the US. are working towards an end to corporal punishment. A total legal ban on spanking in all settings has been passed by 33 nations [...]
Our friend, Mike Tikkanen, founder of Kids At Risk Action (KARA) has a powerful new video available that you can access here: http://www.invisiblechildren.org/2013/01/17/watch-this/
The toll of childhood trauma on society is incalculable.
Kids At Risk Action (KARA) Kids At Risk Action (KARA) is a non-profit advocacy network focusing on issues related to neglected and [...]
In this lively CD, Ella Jenkins, “The First Lady of Children’s Music,” performs 15 children’s songs that incorporate music, movement, and play. Get Moving with Ella Jenkins is drawn from some of the finest recordings created during Ella’s legendary career as a music educator and children’s entertainer. It includes such classic tunes as “Head [...]
Being a grandmother is one of life’s most important roles, and many women can feel unprepared to take it on.
New Age Nanas: Being a Grandmother in the 21st Century — a new self-help book by retired social scientists, grandmothers, and long-time friends Doreen Rosenthal and Susan Moore — presents the [...]
By Remy Agee
At this stage in life, you probably have a special interest or hobby. Why not help develop one for a grandchild? Hobbies are a great way to build your grand’s self-esteem, fostering self-discovery and a sense of accomplishment, boosting self-confidence by adding to his or her knowledge and skills.