Tag Archives: Health – Kids

Support after Cesarean Birth

Women giving birth in Washtenaw County have many options: in a hospital, at home, with a midwife, with an OB-GYN, unassisted, vaginally and, for many women, via cesarean section (C-section). Cesarean sections occur for many reasons, but no matter the reason, the local chapter of the International Cesarean Awareness Network (ICAN) is a welcome resource

Where to Turn When your Child Needs Medical Attention, STAT

Sooner or later, all parents face an unexpected medical meltdown: the baby spikes a scorching fever in the wee hours. The preschooler swallows something suspicious. The middle-schooler wrenches an ankle at basketball practice. When faced with a medical emergency—or a situation that could become one—what’s a parent to do? Head straight for the chaotic, costly

The 2016 Ann Arbor Public Schools Climate Survey

Released this summer, the 2016 Ann Arbor Public Schools School Climate Survey Report highlighted many positive aspects of people’s feelings about AAPS, but left room for improvement in the district as well. K12 Insight partnered with Dawn Linden, executive director, elementary education to develop the 2016 School Climate Survey which primarily addressed the topics of: