Free Parenting App Now Features Weekly Things to Do for PBC Families
Looking for something fun to do with your children this weekend? Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County has just what you need!
Children’s Services Council’s free EveryParent app now features weekly ‘Things to Do’ updates for families with events, activities and adventures from Boca Raton to Belle Glade. The app, which is free to download from the Apple App and Google Play stores, shares at least 10 new Things to Do each week – from free bonfires at Lake Worth Beach to low-cost, hands-on STEM programs in West Palm Beach.
The featured events cater to all families – from babies to teens, from active families who are looking for a local hike to those who’d rather stroll a new kid-friendly exhibit.
The ‘Things to Do’ feature is just the latest addition to the EveryParent app. The app, created in 2017 by Children’s Services Council, offers Palm Beach County families trusted tips and expert advice to help make raising children just a little easier. Topics covered include: pregnancy, child care, behavior, educational needs, parenting challenges and more.
Other features of the EveryParent app include:
• Videos and articles that answer your toughest parenting questions (from taming toddler tantrums to managing a moody teen).
• Push notifications with information specific to your child’s age and stage of development.
• Connections to local resources and organizations that can help you through hard times.
Learn more about the EveryParent app, and explore the new ‘Things to Do’ feature, by visiting: https://www.everyparentpbc.org/apps.
About Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County
The Council is a local, special-purpose government created by Palm Beach County voters in 1986 and reauthorized in 2014. For more than 30 years, it has provided leadership, funding, services and research on behalf of the county’s children so they grow up healthy, safe and strong.
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