• What is Veterans Day and Why is it Important?

    This past Sunday was Veterans Day which is a day in the United States honoring our military veterans. Memorial Day honors all military personnel who died in service while Veterans Day honors any military personnel who have served in the U.S. military. Veterans Day originally started as Armistice Day which was a day honoring world

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  • These Midterm Elections Made History!

    On November 6th, 2018, an estimated 113 million people voted in the U.S. midterm elections. This is the first time in history that over 100 million U.S. citizens have voted in a midterm election. 49% of eligible voters voted this election compared to 36.4% in the last midterms.   Much of this voter turnout is

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  • 8 Tips to Keep your Kids Safe on Halloween

    As a kid Halloween is a much anticipated and celebrated holiday. There is the classroom parties, the dressing up with friends and of course the trick-or-treating. For children, all that matters are how much candy you have collected by the end of the night. However, as parents there are other more important matters on Halloween

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  • Why you should attend Latinos Destinados A Triunfar

      It’s that time of year again, for our annual Latino Destinados A Triunfar conference!  For those of you have not heard about Latinos Destinados A Triunfar, it is an amazing opportunity to bring our community together. At the conference you will have a chance to listen to not only community leaders but Latino role

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  • Are You Safe Online?

      This month, October 2018, marks the 15th year of National Cyber Security Awareness. This is a topic that everyone can learn more about. In today’s society, it is impossible to function without the internet. Whether at work or at home we are digitally connected. We use the internet to access our social media, emails,

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  • Is Your Child Meeting Their Milestones

      As children grow up there are certain milestones, whether behavioral or physical, that they should be meeting by certain ages. The different milestones are arranged into these categories: Cognition: Thinking, reasoning, problem-solving, and understanding Motor-Cognition: Gross and fine motor skills, jumping, hopping, throwing/catching, drawing, and stacking Social Interaction: Initiating peer contact, group play Adaptive:

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  • Welcome Back!

      Welcome back to a new school year at Nino de la Caridad, INC! For those of you who are new to us Nino de la Caridad, INC is a non profit organization dedicated to empowering and improving the quality of life of children in The Bronx. Dr. Nunez is the Founder of the Nino

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