All posts by Heidi Alene Harris

New research on infant eating patterns

It can be hard for new parents to understand how to respond to their infant. Is the baby crying because she is hungry? Or is she tired? Or does she need something else? Dr. Julie Lumeng, a professor of pediatrics at the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, is researching infant eating patterns as

New research on infant eating patterns

Dr. Julie Carroll Lumeng Professor, Pediatric Medicine Michigan C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital Researches infant eating patterns It can be hard for new parents to understand how to respond to their infant. Is the baby crying because she is hungry? Or is she tired? Or does she need something else? Dr. Julie Lumeng, a professor of pediatrics

Kindermusik classes offered for children with special needs

Jeanna Hoyt, a 19 year Kindermusik instructor, is thrilled to start a new adventure by  sharing her musical expertise in a class designed to support children with special needs through the power of music. What inspired you to start a class for children with special needs? I had a little girl, Tessa, with Down Syndrome

Summer Moves

While moving can be stressful, certain tips can make it a more positive experience for your child and the whole family. Dr. Lisa Woodcock-Burroughs from the Center for Neuropsychology Learning and Development in Ann Arbor shared advice and discussed strategies for making a move a more positive experience for children with special needs. Before Talk