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Care at Home Helps Children Thrive

Meet Henry. He’s two years old and his neurological condition is one in a million. Home health care is helping him beat the odds.

Children's Health Chronic Conditions Babies Caregiving Neurological Disorders Patient Stories

Ask the Expert: How to Talk to Children about LGBTQIA+

In this Q&A, pediatrician Anna Hankins, MD, shares her advice for open, curious conversations with your child around LGBTQIA+, sexual orientation and gender identity.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Children's Health Caregiving Teenagers Parenting Suicide Prevention Transgender Health

5 Healthy Recipes You Can Make with Your Kids

From midweek dinners to tasty snacks, these easy-to-make, affordable meals are perfect for even the pickiest eaters.

Food and Nutrition Children's Health Teenagers Parenting Recipes Caregiving Diet

Caring for Your Grandchildren? Set Yourself up for Success

While our communities slowly re-open, many grandparents may find themselves providing care for their grandchildren. Learn how to establish an open dialogue with your child and their spouse in order to prevent potential conflicts.

Injury Prevention Aging Well Caregiving Safety Tips

Parent Stress During the Pandemic

Dealing with COVID-19 on an ongoing basis can be stressful and a high-stress environment has been associated with an increased risk of domestic violence and child abuse. Here are some tips to make your home as stress-free as possible for you and your children.

COVID-19 Children's Health Stress Child Care Child Abuse Domestic Abuse Parenting Caregiving First With Kids

Providers Improving Care Conversations, Especially With Children

Innovative communication workshops enhance pediatric care and family experience to ensure patients and families feel seen and heard.

Children's Health Aging Well Caregiving Parenting Palliative Care

How to Care For a Person With Alzheimer's Disease

Lori McKenna, LICSW, social worker with the UVM Medical Center’s Memory Program, answers questions about caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease.

Aging Well Alzheimer's and Dementia Caregiving

Advance Care Planning: What Happens If You Can't Speak for Yourself?

Please join us on Wednesday, April 17, 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. for “Say it Out Loud: Who’s Your Person? What’s Your Plan?,” featuring a TED Talk Screening and panel discussion about advance care planning. The session will also include an opportunity to discuss the process and tools for medical decision making in Vermont. To

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