Ideal and realistic options for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks
Shannon Robertson, registered dietitian at Curahealth Hospital New Orleans, says many families struggle to find time for even one home-cooked meal a week. No matter the provenance of your repast, a well-rounded meal should include protein, fruits and veggies.
Party planners offer ideas
Costume casual may be standard dress for some New Orleanians — party to attend or not — but nothing compares to getting dolled up for a well-done theme party. If you are thinking about adding a little flair to your next affair, here are a few party pros to help you navigate this year's trends.
Summer health issues, saltwater tanks, low-cost care, health insurance and more
Pet health issues to watch as temperatures soar
Allergies, bugs and other health concerns in summer Tips for building a saltwater fish tank
Saltwater tanks are labor — and beauty — intensive
Active Parenting. St. Tammany Hospital's Parenting Center, 1505 N. Florida St. Suite B, Covington, (985) 898-4435; www.stph.org — This six-week course discusses active communication for parents.
Wedding stationary, modern dresses, flower power and more
where to go, what to know
Explore New Orleans like a local. New Orleans’ neighborhoods outside downtown have their own character and charms, and there’s a lot to see in each of them.
CARE CENTERS Abundant Life Adult Day
5961 Bullard Ave., Suites 5 & 6, (504) 240-2900
Alzheimer's Day Health Care
West Jefferson Behavioral Center,
229 Bellemeade Blvd., Gretna,
Amazing Grace Adult Day Services
7041 Read Lane, (504) 241-2630
315-317 N. Broad St.,
Day Haven Adult Day Care
920 Fourth St., Gretna, (504) 361-1203; www.dayhaven.org
Greenwalt Adult Day Healthcare Center For People With Alzheimer's disease
1926 18th St., Kenner, (504) 461-5889; www.ccano.org
The Guild at Raphael Village Day
Program for Differently-abled Adults