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South Florida GFCF Parents: Check out The PlayGround Theatre's Autism and Sensory-Friendly Inclusion Performance of "Alice's Ad by GFCF Mommy Patient Expert Posted Tue 07 Feb 2012 12:00am Brochures with a picture-story study guide describing what to expect when you attend a theater performance are available. Use these with your children prior to the event to prepare them for the experience.  The theatre will provide modifications to sound and lighting, noise-cancelling headsets, and a quiet room. Tickets are $10/adults ... Read on »
South Florida Autism Parents: Check Out The PlayGround Theatre's Sensory-Friendly Performance! by GFCF Mommy Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 May 2012 12:00am Brochures with a picture-story study guide describing what to expect when you attend a theater performance are available. Use these with your children prior to the event to prepare them for the experience.  The theatre will provide modifications to sound and lighting, noise-cancelling headsets, and a quiet room with GFCF snacks ... Read on »
playground clicks by Christina B. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 11:39am There are clicks on the playground, I know that there are lots of articles that have been written about such things but one never really believes things like playground clicks until it is experienced first hand, like today. Apparently, one must have the right stuff to be included in certain circles of women and for goodness sakes do not, I mean ... Read on »
Fair, Playground and Beach, Oh My! by Jennifer Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 28 Jul 2009 10:30pm The County Fair was last Saturday and I was excited. I love me some carnival food. The husband was excited too. He really really really wanted to take Jocelyn on some rides. No one whined the entire car ride there. Our parking spot was unbelievably good. And free. Kids under 12 were free, so it only cost us $14 to buy our adult tickets. Things ... Read on »
Playground do's and don'ts.....my own personal version by Helene Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Oct 2009 10:03pm After my interview with the experts the other day, it's apparent that my children have a firm grasp on playground rules. We are what I call "park connisseurs". I take the kids at least 2-3 times a week, weather permitting of course. We try to visit different parks frequently so they don't get bored since every park offers something different. ... Read on »
Terminator Salvation Playground or Gym Workout: Man Always Beats Machine! by Daniel Munday Patient Expert Posted Tue 16 Jun 2009 12:06am Copyright © 2009 Sydney's Fat Loss Expert. Visit the original article at http://www.danielmunday.com/terminator-salvation-playground-or-gym-workout-man-a. Check out my new movie themed workout which is dedicated to the new Terminator Salvation movie and proves once and for all that man will always beat machine when it comes to training in the g ... Read on »
Outdoor Workout at the Playground for fat loss by Nathan D. Patient Expert Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 10:49pm Saturday was a beautiful day outside and I just had to get out and enjoy it . Even though I had completed five days of boot camp, I still felt like training, albeit lightly, so I went over to the local playground to enjoy the weather and see what kind of training I could put together to help me lose weight. I walk ... Read on »
Injury Prevention: On the Playground by HealthyKids .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm BONNIE BOSWELL: Hello, I am Bonnie Boswell, and welcome to our program. Today, we are talking about injury prevention for five-- to eight--year--olds. My guest is Dr. Alan Nager. He is a doctor at Children's Hospital in Los Angeles and directs the Emergency Department here. BONNIE BOSWELL: The layground area. What can parents do to make sure t ... Read on »
A Fantastic Children’s Playground by Lian Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:40pm Last year Min blogged about her visit to this playground at Taman Tasik Perdana. Her children called it the Dinosaur Park and so the name has also stuck with us. Well, finally we found an excuse to go. All I can say is “WOW!” My children thinks so too. Can you see their thumbs up? First there is “Dinosaur Pa ... Read on »
Heard at the playground – Discussing Beethoven by MC Milker Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 11:43am More CDs I love Though, we spend less time at our local “Tot Lot” than when The Hamster was younger, we do find it the optimal place to go when we have an hour or so to kill and nothing in particular to do. Rather than drag him along as I run my multitude of errands, I occasionally remember to be a little less selfish and take ... Read on »