Being a caregiver is a demanding and often emotionally taxing role, and it’s crucial to prioritize self-care and kindness towards yourself.
As parents watch their young adult children navigate the transition to adulthood, they’re feeling more proud and hopeful than disappointed or worried.
This cohort study found that positive adult-child relationships were associated with a lower odds of later young adulthood depression and anxiety disorders regardless of exposure to ACEs. Higher family religiosity, unexpectedly, was associated with more perceived...
In recent years there has been a positive step in reducing the number of children living in residential care facilities across Europe and Central Asia, but we have a long way to go before ending the region’s painful legacy of institutionalizing children.
A new study explores how infants and toddlers acquire language. The research challenges preconceived notions about language development, particularly in low-income families, by analyzing daylong audio recordings of 1,001 children from diverse backgrounds.
The Department of Education’s most recent survey, released in June, was certainly sensational: it found that text comprehension skills of 13-year-olds had declined an average of four points since the Covid-affected school year of 2019-2020, and more alarmingly that...