EQ Kids Club is an indoor children's entertainment and educational venue for kids 8 years and under that connects families through purposeful design and quality learning experiences.
Our Safari Village playhouses and educational activity areas enrich a child's imagination. We aim to awaken the 5 senses in children.
Sip on a coffee or tea while you watch your young explorers imagination go WILD.
In addition to Open Play for children, we facilitate monthly "Parent - child workshops. Our STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) workshops strive to enhance emotional and social intelligence for parents and children.
Newborn Nightingales (Sleep Training and Night Nanny's)
Having a newborn is both an exhilarating and exhausting experience. Nights of broken sleep can lead to exhaustion and take the joy out of what parents have imagined to be a wonderful time in their lives. For those who have multiples, a preemie or a baby with special medical needs, or demanding careers that don’t allow for a long parental leave, this stress can feel overwhelming.
More and more new parents are enlisting the support of professionals who have experience with newborns and who can help with developing healthy sleep habits. Melissa O’Neill is the founder of Newborn Nightingales and a former labor and delivery and neonatal intensive care nurse who worked with newborns for over twelve years before starting the company in 2012. She now has more than two dozen practitioners working with her to help through babies’ challenging first weeks.
Dry salt therapy is a natural and non-invasive therapy that can help relieve the symptoms of a wide
range of respiratory and skin conditions. Because salt is naturally anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and
acts as an antihistamine, people experiencing everything from asthma to eczema may
experience significant and lasting symptom relief following regular salt therapy.
When parents choose me as their child’s sleep coach, they are placing a great deal of trust in me, and I want to let you know that I take this responsibility very seriously.
As a mom, and later as a sleep professional, I have educated myself on parenting and sleep science, and I would never ask you to do anything that I would not do with my own son.
While most books and programs dealing with child sleep problems take philosophical stands (based largely around the issue of “crying it out”), I believe that your child’s sleep is more important than my personal views on the subject. That’s why I’ve been trained to take into consideration a variety of parenting styles and needs.