One of South Florida’s hospitals has received a prestigious award.
Attorneys for around 200 disabled children in nursing homes will ask a federal judge to give class-action status to a lawsuit alleging the state is putting the children in nursing homes unnecessarily and cutting services for their care at home.
A federal judge will hear arguments Sept. 13 about whether a dispute involving disabled children being placed in nursing homes should become a class-action lawsuit.
With over 2,000 people expected to attend, Florida’s Department of Children and Families is set to hold its annual summit Wednesday in Orlando.
The chairwoman of a Senate committee says she will hold a hearing about the state’s record of placing children with disabilities in nursing homes when the Legislature resumes committee meetings in September.
Hallandale Beach Police arrested two women, Sunday, for leaving several children unattended while police said the women were gambling inside a casino.
More and more grown children turn to mom and dad and end up back in the nest when their own money gets tight, according to a study at Clark University. Parents should know that extending the safety net could leave them with a major price to pay down the road.
From the moment they’re born, parents want the best for their kids – helping guide, teach and encourage them as they grow.
One way parents do that is with words, especially praise. But is all praise… good praise?
A man who allegedly owned a DVD containing videos of children engaging in sex acts was arrested Friday.
A small non-profit that offers free support to children grieving the death of a loved one was devastated by severe weather Thursday.