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ParentSavvy.com expands website! 

ParentSavvy.com, a child health and parenting resource for the Omaha metro community, recently launched an expanded website as more and more families turn to us for information on topics such as wellness, child development, safety, exercise and nutrition. 

With growing partnerships and contributions from local health and parenting experts, including Methodist Health System providers and early childhood development and nutrition specialists from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension Office, the expanded ParentSavvy.com further strengthens the support network for local families. Filled with timely information covering a wide variety of child health and wellness issues, from pregnancy through teenage years, visitors can continue to ask parenting questions about everything from breastfeeding to adolescent behavior. 

As part of the site’s enhanced features, a new online forum will give users an outlet to connect with and get support from other parents and our experts. “We’re excited about the launch of the expanded ParentSavvy.com and eager to connect with more families for solutions about their parenting challenges,” remarked Katie Fink, Extension Educator, The Learning Child at University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

“Being able to get relevant, up-to-date information is of utmost importance for our community’s parents and families,” stated Dr. Greg Severson, pediatrician at Methodist Physicians Clinic HealthWest. “Raising a family is so very socially-driven today, and I let my patients know that they can connect with other families and get a lot of great advice on ParentSavvy.com.”

ParentSavvy.com is a local child health and parenting resource for families across the Midwest region, offering information, tools and tips from community experts. ParentSavvy.com was created in partnership with Methodist Health System and has over 60 contributing local experts.


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