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Phoenix Zoo Announces Re-opening Dates and Cruise the Zoo Extended!

The Phoenix Zoo will be reopening to it’s members on June 13 and 14 and will reopen to the public on June 15 The Zoo will be limiting capacity and everyone, including members will need to reserve their tickets online at phoenixzoo.org. You may reserve your spot...

Helping Special Families Get Care

  Phoenix resident Nicole Anderson first stepped through the doors of United Cerebral Palsy of Central Arizona almost four years ago, when her then 10-month-old daughter was in need of specialized care and services. After four years of intensive therapy and...

Staying Hydrated

  How to Spot and Treat Dehydration in Kids By Natalie Ochoa Seems like every year we get into the triple digits sooner and sooner. We’ve already experienced record heat this year, and with so little our kids can do outside of the house right now, they are left...

Grade Ready! Kindergarten

By Tanni Haas, Ph.D. There are few moments more exciting to kids than the first day of kindergarten: it represents the day when children officially become “big kids.” How do you prepare them for that day and all the things they’re supposed to learn in kindergarten?...

Back Talk: Childhood and Teen OCD

By Kerrie McLoughlin What is the first thing you think of when you hear about obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)? Maybe you think of the TV show Monk, of someone who washes their hands over and over, of someone who loves a schedule and hates germs. It is estimated...

Special Education Impacts All AZ Students

               By Christine Thompson, President and CEO, Expect More Arizona Special needs education funding is impacting all students. ‘We’re all working toward working ourselves out of a job,’ was something Kimberly Peaslee, a special education professional,...

Virtual Speech-Language Therapy

By Jennifer Buckler M.S., CCC-SLP and George Wolford, Ph.D., M.S., CCC-SLP Midwestern University Speech-Language Institute As we find ourselves in this new socially distanced reality, many parents are faced with attempting to meet their children’s educational needs at...

Exploring Arizona’s State Parks Responsibly

By Michelle Thompson   If you’re like many Arizonans, you’re looking for safe, healthy ways that you can get out of the house during this national crisis. One great way to escape cabin fever is to head to Arizona’s state parks, which remain open for hiking and...

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