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  • “Diamonds & Pearls: Afternoon Tea Supporting Critical Preemie Program by Children’s Healing Institute”

    The Boca Raton Tribune – Monday, Feb. 5, 2024 Breakfast at Tiffany’s Tea set for February 20th will support organization’s TEACUP Preemie Program North Palm Beach , FL – Get ready ... Read More

    Trauma expert, aiding Epstein victims, featured at ‘Turn On the Light Conference’

    by Skyler Shepard – Thu, April 4th 2024 at 8:32 PM – Updated Thu, April 4th 2024 at 11:14 PM WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (CBS12) — The Palm Beach County ... Read More

    Jeffrey Epstein survivors recount trauma following release of grand jury transcripts

    The women shared their stories at the Kravis Center this week in a room filled with counselors and therapists By NBC6 • Published July 4, 2024 • Updated on July ... Read More

    The Santa Revelation: Teaching Kids the Joy of Selfless Giving

    Hey, parents! Ever wondered how to handle the “Santa truth” talk with your kids? In the story that follows, one dad’s approach redefines Santa as the spirit of selfless giving. ... Read More

    Sipping Tea in Style: A Glamorous Afternoon at the Breakfast at Tiffany’s Tea and Fashion Show!

    The Breakfast at Tiffany’s Tea and Fashion Show held at the North Palm Beach Country Club on March 28th was an unforgettable afternoon of glamour, fashion, and philanthropy. The event ... Read More

    The Best Things Can Come in Tiny Packages

    We have learned in our TEACUP Preemie Program® that sometimes the best things come in tiny packages. When Baby Cheyenne was born at 24 weeks, weighing only 12 ounces, her ... Read More

    A Sweet Night at The Great Charity Challenge

    On Saturday, February 4, 2023, an entire community came together to #BeTheChange and celebrate the 14th annual Great Charity Challenge sponsored by Fidelity Investments®. Wellington International transformed into a candy ... Read More

    April is Child Abuse Prevention Month: The Children’s Healing Institute “steps out” to help build capable, more confident parents for kids.

    “For more than 35 years The Children’s Healing Institute has been dedicated to building capable, more confident parents, so that children can grow up in a warm, loving, and safe ... Read More

    The Great Charity Challenge is our hero.

    Not all superheroes wear capes – some arrive on the scene in a waistcoat, breeches, & riding boots. On Saturday, February 6, 2021, an amazing team of equestrians came together ... Read More

    FirstPlay® infant story-massage gives parents in TEACUP Preemie Program® tools for soothing, engaging, and playing with their babies

    Our TEACUP Preemie Program is bringing VIRTUAL FirstPlay to our little preemies and their loving parents! Look at beautiful little Serenyty, learning about the “little birdie” in FirstPlay’s “Baby Tree ... Read More

    60-plus kids rolled out on new bikes, thanks to a donation from across the country to the Children’s Healing Institute

    The Children’s Healing Institute, a nonprofit child abuse prevention center, distributed over 60 youth bikes to families enrolled in the Institute’s Parent Aide and TEACUP® Preemie programs on Saturday, May ... Read More

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  • Fostering Independence: A Parent’s Guide to Safe Exploration

    Discover how to encourage your child’s independence while keeping them safe this summer As parents, we often find ourselves walking a tightrope between protecting our children and allowing them the ... Read More

    10 Simple Ways to Strengthen Father-Child Bonds

    Father’s Day is a time to celebrate the incredible dads in our lives. But nurturing a strong father-child bond is a year-round journey. When children have a close relationship with ... Read More

    Prioritizing Mental Health for Parents

    May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and it’s the perfect time to reflect on the unique challenges and stresses that come with parenthood. As parents, we often put our children’s ... Read More

    Nurturing Strong Families: Building Protective Factors Against Child Abuse

    Every child deserves to grow up feeling safe, loved, and supported. As parents and caregivers, we all strive to provide the best for the children in our lives. This April, ... Read More

    Honoring Remarkable Women in Family History

    With the arrival of March, we welcome not only the spring season but also Women’s History Month—a time to reflect on and honor the remarkable achievements of women throughout history. ... Read More

    Show your Heart some Love with Family Health Habits

    May the candy hearts and cupids of Valentine’s Day remind us that our literal hearts need some love too. Our hearts give us so much – so let’s give them ... Read More

    7 Ways to Kickstart a Healthier Lifestyle as a Family This New Year

    The new year presents a perfect opportunity to set healthy habits as a family. Making wellness a priority not only benefits each person but also brings you closer together. Here ... Read More

    Nurturing Resilience in Kids: Managing Gift Disappointment During the Holidays

    The holiday season brings excitement, but sometimes kids face disappointment when their desired gifts aren’t under the tree. As parents, guiding them through this gift disappointment can foster resilience and ... Read More

    Destress and Recharge: Holiday Self-Care for Busy Parents

    The holiday season often brings joy, but also added stress and busyness for parents. With packed schedules full of shopping, parties, school concerts, travel, family visits, and more, it’s easy ... Read More

    Enjoy Fall Family Bonding Activities in Sunny Florida

    Fall is the ideal time of year to put down devices, get outside, and focus on each other. The warm Florida weather may not offer traditional fall activities like apple ... Read More

    The Balancing Act: Managing Your Kids’ Extracurricular Activities

    Managing your kids’ after-school activities and finding a healthy balance can be a constant struggle for parents today. Nowadays, kids are busier than ever before with sports, clubs, lessons, and ... Read More

    Beyond the Backpack: Add Kindness to the Back-to-School List

    With the summer heat reaching record highs, it’s hard to believe it’s time for our kids to go back to school! …Yet here we are, racing against the timeline of ... Read More

    Unforgettable Family Staycations: Exploring Hidden Gems and Day Trips for Summer Fun

    During the summer, our minds often wander to vacation fantasies of faraway places and exotic destinations. The Beauty of Staycations Quality Family Time: Staycations provide an opportunity to escape the ... Read More

    Dads Unmasked: The Transformative Power of Vulnerability

    The journey of fatherhood gives the opportunity to unmask and embrace vulnerability. Being a dad who can let go of limiting expectations and show your true self, you will create ... Read More

    Grow Together with a Family Garden

    Are you looking for a fun way to get your family outside and teach your kids about healthy eating habits? Well, look no further than your own backyard! By starting ... Read More

    It’s a big world out there! (So how do we teach our children to be safe?)

    As our little ones gain independence, parents are tasked with teaching them how to be safe out in the world. Parents find themselves teaching the concept of “stranger danger” to ... Read More

    The 5 Love Languages and Your Child

    Did you know your child has a love language? (and so do you) Of all the millions of people in the world, no two are exactly the same. Each of ... Read More

    Setting Family Intentions for the New Year

    Ring in the New Year together with a tradition to inspire and connect. As we say goodbye to the old year and hello to the new, it’s natural to reflect ... Read More

    Singing through the Holidays

    For many of us, music is the heart of the holiday season. I have often said that I came into this world singing and never stopped. Although I believe that ... Read More

    Gratitude Through Difficult Times

    When life gives you a hundred reasons to cry, show life that you have a thousand reasons to smile. Between the sugar-rush of Halloween and the hustle and bustle of ... Read More

    Spooky and Scary – When Children Have Fears

    A child’s fear is a world whose dark corners are quite unknown to grownup people – Julien Green Look at those silly and spooky jack-o-lanterns! When we see them, we ... Read More

    ‘Tis the Season for Florida Fall Family Fun

    (Say that 3 times fast!) Fall is almost here! It’s time for pumpkin spice, falling leaves from red, orange, and yellow trees, and crisp autumn air as the seasons change… ... Read More

    Parent-Teacher Partnerships: the best back to school supply

    With summer break is coming to a close, can you guess what students, parents, and teachers all have in common right now? All three are likely feeling a sense of ... Read More

    Raising Independent Kids

    Little children, from the moment in which they are weaned, are making their way toward independence. -Maria Monetessori In honor of Independence Day, we are celebrating wild and free childhoods, ... Read More

    Dad. A tiny word for someone who makes a big difference.

    Loving. Fun. Wise. Kind. Strong. Sweet. We love dads! Whether they’re rough housing with the kids or cracking “dad jokes”, we know they’re so much more than we may see ... Read More

    Celebrating and Supporting Mothers

    How wonderful the world is because of moms! We love Mother’s Day because it gives us an opportunity to celebrate the mother figures in our lives who raise us up ... Read More

    Improving the lives of Children. Building Confident and Capable Parents.

    April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, which shines a light on the importance of families and communities working together to protect children and produce thriving families. At The Children’s ... Read More

    Strong Women Raising Strong Children

    Ask a strong woman about her greatest influences in life. Chances are, she will tell you that her own mother is at the top of the list. Studies show that ... Read More

    What is the Most Important Love?

    Most often, the first love we ever experience is from our parents and close family. What we learn from this early love forms the foundation for the love relationship we ... Read More

    The Power of One.

    Can one person make a difference? Of course – in fact, it’s hard not to. We each have our own ideas of what “making a difference” means and what it ... Read More

    Want Joy? Start a Family Giving Tradition

    ‘Tis the season! Is there anyone who doesn’t like getting gifts? There is definitely joy in receiving. But, you probably also know that there is joy in giving, too.  There’s ... Read More

    Tiny Inspiration for Big Gratitude

    November is Prematurity Awareness Month, and we want to shine a light on preemie moms and dads, who are some of the bravest people you will ever meet! Author Mary ... Read More

    Getting Creative with Boredom!

    Kids are naturals when it comes to being creative. October, with its changing of seasons and excitement of Halloween, brings wonderful opportunities to explore creativity with your family. Children are ... Read More

    Self Care is the Best Care

    September is International Self Care Month. We don’t think anyone would argue that self-care isn’t important.  But what is it really? And how do you find the time for it? ... Read More

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