Our Kids

Enrich 2021

MONARCHS GYMNASTICS AND PARKOUR5331 Derry Ave., #C-1, Agoura Hills | 818.889.3634 | monarchsgym.comMonarchs is a children’s center dedicated to inspiring kids to grow through developing their minds and bodies. Visit them in Agoura Hills or Newbury Park or catch a mobile gym around town. Monarchs offers curriculum-based, physical-instruction programs designed to cultivate your child’s active […]

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Educate 2021

MOORPARK COLLEGE7075 Campus Rd., Moorpark | 805.378.1429 | moorparkcollege.edu/together Grounded in equity, social justice, and a student-first philosophy, Moorpark College values diverse communities. It empowers learners from local, national, and global backgrounds tocomplete their degrees, certificates, transfers, and career education goals. Through innovation and customized student support, the programs at Moorpark College are designed to […]

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Empower 2021

SYNERGY ACADEMICS6700 Fallbrook Ave., #101, West Hills | 818.888.8665 | synergyacademics.comSynergy Academics is a comprehensive, state-of-the-art learning center serving students at all educational levels, from elementary school through college. Students benefit from knowledgeable and compassionate tutors who care about their success and self-confidence. Tutors strive to build students’ confidence by developing their natural strengths and […]

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10 Ways to Help Your Kid’s Beauty Shine

Our parents were right…beauty begins within. When we treat each other with kindness, we look and feel more attractive. Teach your kids to focus first on inner beauty and then the rest will follow. From the daily pressures of social media to the isolation of homeschooling and the pandemic, kids today face far different pressures […]

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Synergy Academics

Brings out the best in every student Synergy Academics in West Hills affords students from kindergarten through college the confidence to accomplish their educational objectives with positive reinforcement and hard work. With over 20 years of experience, founder Jennifer Lopata believes every student is capable of learning with personally directed programming. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, […]

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Ask the Pediatrician: Mar/Apr 2021

Our mental health has been dramatically challenged over the last year. This is true for adults, adolescents. and children alike. Pediatricians will attest that they are seeing a marked increase in anxiety and depression-related symptoms over the last 10 or 11 months. This comes on top of a steady rise in anxiety and depression in […]

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Ask the Pediatrician: Jan/Feb 2021

It’s that time of year. Even though you are doing everything
right—flu vaccines, hand washing, disinfecting, wearing
masks, and keeping a safe distance from others—illnesses may
sneak into your home. Should you test for COVID? Call your
pediatrician? How long should you keep away from others?
Fever
Babies under 3 months with a fever must see their pediatrician
right away. If an older child has a temp of 100.4 or higher,
they must stay home. Before COVID, older kids could often be
watched at home as long as drinking, eating, breathing, and
acting ok. With the pandemic, most schools will want you to test
since fever is a COVID symptom.

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NeuroSense Psychology

As 2020 came to an end, our group took a moment to reflect and gain perspective on the impact that the COVID pandemic has had on our families, community, and local economy. Like many extreme events that touch our community, it unveiled an amazing spectrum of human behavior—ranging from profound resilience, adaptation, and resolve to […]

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Virtual Learning

Many of our students’ first days back to
school looked very different than years
past. But 2020 has shown us just how
adaptable we can be. This is evident in
how we’ve made the best of navigating
new virtual learning routines, creating
successful at-home learning environments
for our children.
1. Reif, Kai, and Neal Alperin 2. Jayde Grossman
3. Jude Schneider 4. Haley and Lilah O’Quinn 5.
Charleigh Grossman 6. Brandon and Darren Kramar
7. Kaia Berger 8. Hannah Goldman 9. Emma
Goldman 10. Kevin Carmichael and John Wennes

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Ask the Pediatrician: November/December 2020

Paying Cash for Your Doctor Can Save Time, Money, Sanity, and Your Health! More and more physicians are opting out of insurance-based models to be able to provide better and more personalized care. Whether cash-pay, direct primary care, or concierge, they all have common goals, including convenient, on-time, longer, and more-comprehensive office visits. These physicians […]

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Keeping Kids Creative at Home

Left to their own devices, many kids can happily entertain themselves for hours. Getting them off their devices can be a little bit trickier. Sometimes, creativity gets lost in the mix. During this pandemic, when all eyes seem to turn to our computer screens, we need more ways to keep our kids stimulated both on […]

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