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How do I help my child build a love of literacy?

By the time we reach adulthood, most of us know that reading is one of the most important developmental tools we have as human beings. From an early age, reading changes the way our brains develop, teaches us how to relate to and communicate with other people, and helps us understand the world in brand new ways.

By ABC Quality Team on August 17, 2021

How do I introduce my child to sports?

As parents and caregivers, we all look for ways to help enhance the lives of our children and to ensure they develop as strongly as possible. On the surface, playing sports is an obvious way to help children incorporate exercise into their lives, while also stressing the importance of physical fitness

By ABC Quality Team on June 22, 2021

Who can help me with child care?

Quality child care is the goal of any good parent or caregiver. But paying for child care costs is often difficult for many families. Fortunately, in South Carolina, there are various kinds of resources available to families in need of financial assistance for child care.

By ABC Quality Team on June 15, 2021

Why should I have my child vaccinated?

If you’re a new parent or caregiver, you are most likely familiar with immunizations and childhood vaccines. Immunizations help protect children (and adults) from serious diseases and also help prevent spreading those diseases to other people.

By ABC Quality Team on June 8, 2021

How can I help my child stop picking her nose?

As a child grows up, many parents and caregivers start noticing weird habits or behavioral tendencies in their children. Some of these are typical for kids of all ages, such as biting their nails, sticking their fingers in the ear and smelling the wax and so on. But picking the nose seems to be the grossest and most disturbing childhood habit of them all. Not only is it unappealing to see, this particular habit can help spread germs. In fact, a 2018 study in the European Respiratory Journal notes that nose picking can spread the bacteria responsible for pneumonia.

By ABC Quality Team on May 25, 2021