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Volunteer Spotlight: Christy Rigopoulos

This spring, Parenting Now was lucky to have Christy Rigopoulos as one of our stellar interns. Christy, a senior at the UO, worked hard to support our local, deserving families by coordinating a Healthy Families Care Package fundraiser. She raised over $850 dollars in a few weeks to provide care packages for the families that …

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Meet Anita Geisler, MD

    Anita Geisler, MD, is a pediatrician with Oregon Medical Group and serves as President-Elect on Parenting Now’s Board of Directors. Let’s get to know her more! When and how did you get involved with Parenting Now? I have been recommending Birth to Three/Parenting Now for years to the young families that I work …

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Remembering Anita

We have lost one of our own.  Anita Quincy-Huffman passed away December 27, 2020.  Anita was with us from almost the beginning. She started as a volunteer intern in the early 80s, and soon joined our team to become a major influence and change-maker for Birth To Three and Parenting Now over the years. Anita …

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Resources for Parenting Through COVID-19

If you have young children, this is likely the first time you’ve had to parent through a pandemic. COVID-19 has completely upturned our daily lives, our routines—everything. And we have concerns about our health, our children’s health, how to talk to our kids about Coronavirus, and where to get financial support during a time of …

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Friendships Formed In Group Stayed Stitched Together

To celebrate Parenting Now’s (formerly known as Birth To Three) recent 40th anniversary, Sue Fleming—along Colleen Biggs, Mardell Eastburn, Sandi Sanders, Nancy Bischof, and Jean Severns—donated 40 handmade baby quilts to Parenting Now. It’s a tradition the group—made up of many former Birth To Three members—started 15 years ago as a way to stay connected …

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Creating A Media Plan As A Family

The digital age is upon us. As children move up in school, it becomes harder to control what our children have access to. At some point, as a parent, you’ll likely want to develop a plan for media usage. You might find that “no limits” work just fine for your kiddo. Other families may need …

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Mission-Beliefs-Values

Mission: So that all children are raised by nurturing, skilled parents. Beliefs: Parenting is the most important and challenging job there is. Parents are their children's first and most important teachers. All families should have access to parenting education and support services. Values: We treat each individual with respect and dignity. We have the knowledge, …

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