Looking for a pediatrician? These Kidcast tips will help you with that vital decision

It’s important to do your homework to find out what resources a practice provides.

Bullying at school requires discussion at home. Kidcast shows how to start the conversation.

Try to get the whole story and make sure you have an understanding of the incident. Ask questions, then listen.

‘Normal-C’ musical at Baldwin High School is geared towards kids with special needs

“Basically it’s about how teenage fears are all the same, no matter whether you have a disability or you don’t,”

Kidcast focuses on Halloween trick-or-treat safety

On Halloween night, the chance of a kid being hit by a vehicle doubles.

Peer-to-peer mentoring empowers kids to help one another

“It’s probably not easy to open up to adult, but opening up to someone your age is relatable,”

Skip the frustration and follow these Kidcast tips on proper car seat installation

You have to find the car seat that fits the child — and fits your car, too.

Do your kids worry about school safety drills? This Kidcast helps start the conversation.

We have to give our kids the opportunity to process their feelings and questions with their most trusted adult, their parent.

Kidcast: Top 5 products to babyproof your home

Kim Finkbeiner has babyproofed hundreds of Pittsburgh homes over the past 20 years.

Sue Klebold, mom of a Columbine shooter, shares what she’s learned about the unimaginable

“I’ve tried to take whatever happened and make it my own life’s mission.”

Kristine Sorensen wins Emmy Award for Kidsburgh stories

We’re happy to congratulate Kristine for winning her first Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award for her lineup of Kidsburgh stories.

Do parents hate homework as much as kids? Yes, but these Kidcast tips will help.

Some parents would consider homework the bane of their existence.

Worried about your teen vaping? Dr. G is here to help

“I would like to remind parents that privacy is a privilege, not a right.”

It’s not all fun and games! Play is an important part of a child’s development

“Play is really the most natural way that children learn.”

Looking to make the most of parent-teacher meetings? This Kidcast has you covered!

Start thinking about growth mindset: The harder you work, the smarter you get. 

Pittsburgh schools hoping to reduce student stress and anxiety with lessons in mindfulness

“The counselors really make you feel homey and welcome when you’re having a bad day.”

Kidcast explores questions about vaccines with pediatrician Dr. Todd Wolynn

“We’re now facing the largest outbreak of measles that we have in close to two decades.”

For Pittsburgh kids with special needs, equine therapy is more than horseplay: It’s life-changing. 

“This is where they grow and make friends.”

Learn how to instill your kids with a love of reading in this Kidcast episode

Now that school has started, it’s time to dive into books. We talk to an expert on how to help instill a love of reading your children

Boys & Girls Club looking to double programs for teens

“There’s not enough diversity in technology. … This kind of program’s really going to encourage that.” 

Let’s Go Fishing brings Pittsburgh urban communities together

“I thought you could only fish in the woods.”

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