Parenting Archive

Zachary Hart, Northern Kentucky University – Sensemaking by Parents of Children with Disabilities

On Northern Kentucky University Week:Β  Making sense of information is crucial for parenting a special needs

Aixa Marchand, Rhodes College – Parents and Virtual Learning During COVID-19

On Rhodes College Week:Β  Parents have been substituting as teachers during the pandemic. Aixa Marchand, assistant

Joshua Goodman, Rhodes College – Parents of LGBTQ Youth

On Rhodes College Week:Β  Not all parents know how to support their LGBTQ youth. Joshua Goodman,

Katie Nelson-Coffey, University of the South – Happiness Gap for Mothers

On University of the South Week:Β  Why is there a happiness gap for mothers? Katie Nelson-Coffey,

Darby Saxbe, University of Southern California Dornsife – Timely Breast Milk Consumption May Help Babies Tell Time

How does breast milk affect a baby’s sleep schedule? Darby Saxbe, associate professor of psychology at

Jennifer Barkin, Mercer University – Measuring How New Mothers Are Functioning

On Mercer University Week:Β  A test to determine how new mothers are functioning is here. Jennifer

Margaret Quinlan, University of North Carolina Charlotte – New Mother Challenges

New mothers face age-old challenges, and decidedly modern ones as well. Margaret Quinlan, associate professor of

Richard Allen, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine – Training Foster Parents in Positive Behavior Support

On Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Week: Foster parents are always needed. Richard Allen, assistant professor

Lisa Koops, Case Western Reserve University – Parenting Musically

There’s no one right way to parent musically. Lisa Koops, professor of music education at Case

Beth DuFault, University at Albany – Improving the Patient Experience in the NICU

On University at Albany Week: We can improve parents’ experience in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.