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A guide to enhancing your financial aid eligibility

Legal: Making sure your assets and those of your child are owned by the right person, at the right time, and withdrawn in the correct manner and proper sequence can increase your financial aid grant. Read more…

Accessing special education for preschool-aged children

Schooling: What you need to know about Early Intervention, Individualized Education Programs, and special education for young children. Read more…

‘Moo-ve’ to the beat with Moozika at Putnam Triangle

Featured Event: Enjoy this free concert on June 30, part of the Fab Friday Kids series. Read more…

Six ways to de-stress today

Mental Health: Small changes can eliminate what isn’t working for you and can bring more peace. Read more…

Ex-pat estate planning: Five things non-U.S. citizens with children should consider

Ask an Attorney: For parents who are non-U.S. citizens, there are unanticipated events that can disrupt an otherwise documented estate plan. Read more…

Can summer camp and food allergies equal safety and fun?

Good Sense Eating: Whether your child attends sleep-away camp or day camp, food allergies can make you more nervous than usual. Here are some tips as you plan your child’s time away. Read more…

Desert dance: ‘Opus Cactus’ brings critters of the Southwest to New York

Featured Event: It’s the American Southwest like you have never seen before at the Joyce Theater from June 27 through July 16. Read more…

Changing your family’s bad habits

Healthy Living: We can all work harder to not fall into bad family habits, and overcome them when we do. Read more…

A Front Line Hero: Queens immigration specialist honored for her tireless work

Queens Community House’s immigration specialist Carmen Gutierrez was named a 2017 Front Line Hero for her work advocating for the rights of the borough’s immigrants. Read more…

Bee-lieve it: Meet bees up close at Wave Hill

Featured Event: Join a bee keeper and horticultuiist and learn all about those pollinating bees at Wave Hill on June 24. Read more…

Multilingual children: The multiple benefits of teaching your child multiple languages

Education: Children who learn more than one language have improved memory, problem-solving skills, self-expression, and reading and writing. Read more…

Double duty: Bilingual children’s books entertain and teach valuable skills

Education: For bilingual children, language skills are stronger, and early reading skills tend to come more easily. Read more…

A dad’s deep influence: Fathers are important role models for both sons and daughters

Relationships: Fathers are teachers that inspire and lead by example i. Read more…
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