Blog about Proactive Parenting

Find the resources and advice you need, based on current research and best practices, to feel confident and in control caring for your family.

Oh no! My child has head lice

blog-proactive-parenting-my-child-has-head-lice

Every school year millions of parents all around the world are horror struck when their child comes home from school with an itchy scalp caused by head lice. There are myths about head lice and what is says about a child or his or her family. This post is meant to help parents understand this common childhood experience to manage better both the stigma and the treatment.

Continue reading
  887 Hits
  0 Comments
887 Hits
0 Comments

Preemies may be just as ready for school as their peers

blog-proactive-parenting-preemies-may-be-just-as-ready-for-school-as-their-peers

Parents of babies born prematurely (prior to 40 weeks gestation) often worry how their child will develop later on. One particularly common concern is about school readiness. Many parents with premature babies worry that their child will be behind their classmates who were born at full-term (40 weeks gestation).

Continue reading
  923 Hits
  0 Comments
923 Hits
0 Comments

Every word you say builds your child’s brain: The importance of talking to your baby during the first years of life

blog-proactive-parenting-talking-to-your-baby-stimulate-brain-development

Talking with your baby or small child is a powerful tool parents can use to stimulate brain development and help them be ready for school entrance. Learn more about how and when to add this  technique to your daily routine.

Continue reading
  2107 Hits
  0 Comments
2107 Hits
0 Comments

The risks of being overweight or obese as a child

blog-proactive-parenting-risks-of-being-overweight-or-obese-as-a-child

Parents of overweight children may see this problem only as an aesthetic issue that can negatively affect children’s self-esteem and social interactions, which is true. However, there are more pressing dangers of being overweight or obese during childhood and adolescence.

Continue reading
  952 Hits
  0 Comments
952 Hits
0 Comments

FREE Monthly Advice

subscribe and participate

Subscribe!

I agree with the Privacy Policy and the + INFO

Article Search

Contact Information

Dr. Deanna Marie Mason

Calle Téllez, 26, 28007 Madrid
E. 
T. +34 912 192 862

Payment Methods

Paypal allows you to pay directly with your credit card. You can also pay directly with your card through our secure BBVA payment portal.

logo paypal tarjetas

medios pago

Want to predict the future of your children?

Subscribe here to learn how to guide them and prevent the most common behavioural problems. And, you’ll receive my E-book full of helpful advice for FREE!

E Book EN Banner

I agree with the Privacy Policy and the + INFO