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Denver Parent Magazine
1 minutes | Feb 25, 2020
We’re back for season 2 – new format!
Thanks for all the great feedback! We’re back with season 2 in a new shorter format! Thanks for listening!
12 minutes | Oct 1, 2019
Quiet Time Colorado: An Inconvenient Alphabet by Beth Anderson
Denver Parent Magazine is excited to present its second Quiet Time Colorado episode, as part of its monthly podcast where we feature readings of children’s books from local authors. Families will find this to be a unique, effective, fun, and easy way for their children to be read to before nap time or bed at night. In this episode, Stephanie Johnson will read An Inconvenient Alphabet. She is a mother of 3, Love and Logic parenting coach, pediatric sleep consultant, and owner of Happiness is a Good Sleep. The book, An Inconvenient Alphabet, is by Beth Anderson, and illustrated by Elizabeth Baddeley and is a Paula Wiseman Book from Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers. More information at https://bethandersonwriter.com/books/. You can download and read along online: An Inconvenient Alphabet Or this book is available from the Tattered Cover.
75 minutes | Sep 20, 2019
Special Needs focus with an interview from Dr Feinstein from Children’s Hospital; Beth Anderson, Children’s writer and a chat with Gina St. Aubin from Special Happens.
This month our podcast focuses on Special Needs as well as tips for the beginning of the school year for your special needs child. We speak with Dr. James Feinstein Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Colorado and practicing physician in the Children’s Hospital special care clinic, discusses school preparedness for your child with special needs .(:55) We interview Beth Anderson the author of “An inconvenient Alphabet” our newest Quiet Time Colorado episode about what inspired the book and her approach to writing. (29:21) And finally, an interview with Gina St. Aubin, our new special needs contributor who has her own website “Special Happens” covering issues of all kinds from Special needs parents nationwide. She’s gone through some challenges with her own child and has spent a lot of years working with other special needs parents. (43:38) These discussions tie in with recent articles in Denver Parent Magazine. We encourage you to reach out to us with any questions or issues you would like us to cover or ask our experts.
44 minutes | Jul 30, 2019
Growing up Aspie (or With High Functioning Autism)
As part of Special Needs Month, Cheyenne Main, Junior Editor and Production Manager of Denver Parent sits down and chats with Alec Main, her brother, who was diagnosed with High Functioning Autism in Elementary School. Now 17, Alec speaks with Cheyenne and his Mom, Mary-Frances Main (who happens to be the Publisher of Denver Parent), about what sorts of therapy he went through, what his challenges still are today and some of the uniquely great things about growing up Aspie!
4 minutes | Jul 23, 2019
Quiet Time Colorado: Can Princesses Become Astronauts? by Carmela LaVigna Coyle
Denver Parent is thrilled to introduce Quiet Time Colorado, part of its monthly podcast where local authors discuss and read from their children’s books. Families will find this to be a unique and effective way for their children to be read to before nap time or bed at night. This episode features Carmela LaVigna Coyle reading her own story “Can Princesses become Astronauts”, illustrated by Mike Gordon, publisher: Muddy Boots Books This episode features Carmela LaVigna Coyle reading her own story “Can Princesses become Astronauts” More information at www.carmelacoyle.com You can download and read along online: Can Princesses Become Astronauts Or this book is available from Local book stores: Tattered Cover Second Start to the Right Book Bar Denver The Bookies
64 minutes | Jul 10, 2019
Family Health Month with 9Health and Megan and Luke on their experiences with Type 1 Diabetes
This month our podcast focuses on the importance of family health. We speak with Dr. Tista Ghosh, 9Health’s vice president of health strategy, about preventative measures parents can take to keep their children healthy. She also discusses the issues of the vaping and measles epidemic, as well as youth suicide. (1:34) Then we speak with Megan Nagel, and her son Luke who was diagnosed at age four with type 1 diabetes. They talk about how they work together to manage the disease successfully and live a normal and happy life. (34:30) These discussions tie in with recent articles in Denver Parent Magazine that focus on issues parents may be concerned about, everything from the adverse effects of screen time to eating the right foods.
35 minutes | Jun 23, 2019
Toddler tips, all about Farmer’s Markets and kicking off “Quiet Time Colorado” with Carmela LaVigna Coyle
Welcome back to Denver Parent Magazine’s monthly podcast. Every month we chat with our writers and local area parenting experts about the articles we’ve published online. This month we talk about toddler tips from Jamyn Wilson who’s written multiple articles about her experiences, everything from getting out the door with toddlers to tips on handling their emotions effectively. (2:14) Then, Jadie Aranda is back with highlights from her three-part series on farmer’s markets with hints about what to know before you go and how to make the most of your shopping experience. (11:59) Finally, we are kicking off our new “Quiet Time Colorado” podcast with an interview and reading with Carmela LaVigna Coyle about her book Can Princesses be Astronauts? (26:09).
58 minutes | May 4, 2019
Why Kids Lie, Initiative 300, and Recycling Tips for Earth Day
Welcome back to our second Denver Parent Magazine podcast. Every month we chat with our writers and local area parenting experts about the articles we’ve published online. This month we discuss temperament in kids with our new writer and parenting expert, Wendy Gossett, MA, who also explains how to deal with children who lie and the best ways to work with your kids’ unique personalities. She has several articles on the subject on the website. We are also joined by Tony Robinson from University of Colorado in Denver, who’s speaking with us about the research he’s done on the homeless population in Denver, and how this relates to your vote on Initiative #300 in the upcoming election on May 7th. ( 22:34 ) And finally, we highlight our recycling tips following Earth Day.
59 minutes | Apr 8, 2019
National Nutrition Month, Work/Life Balance, Depression in Kids and School Safety
Welcome to the inaugural episode of Denver Parent Magazine’s podcast. Every month we chat with our writers and Denver parenting experts about the articles we’ve published online. This month we talk about school safety in Denver with Maria Muller (1:54), who describes her interview process with all the Denver Public school districts and what “school safety” means post Columbine. Maria’s full article is here: Denver Area School Safety, what you should know LeAnne Downing (9:52), who is one of our writers and a parenting coach, talks about her article on managing depression in kids. What can we do about it, how to be proactive, and where to get help. LeAnne’s full article is here: Help Your Child in the Darkest Moments Jadie Aranda (17:47),our science-focused food writer joins us to talk about national nutrition month and practical food ideas for families, giving it a scientific, but fun spin. Jadie’s full article is here: Seven Most Nutritious Foods You Should Eat Daily Then, the whole group settles in for a great discussion on work/life balance (35:18), including supportive spouses, understanding friends and relatives, and more. To read more, visit: work/life balance stories from Working Parents in Denver.
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