A Parent's Guide: Where Can You Find Resources For Autism?


Nearly 1 out of every 59 children has an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) diagnosis, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). With an increasing number of annual diagnoses, the available resources for autism are also growing. Autism support for parents is abundant, if you know where to look. Whether your child has a new diagnosis or you're looking to expand your existing knowledge, take a look at the autism spectrum resources that every parent of a child with ASD needs to know about.

16 July 2018

4 Benefits Of Having A Career Coach


One of the things you'll need to do in life is earn a living. Choosing the right career is essential to making this happen. Of course, once you have gotten the proper amount of education, you can then work towards obtaining the right job. It's a good idea to have a career coach to help you achieve this goal. Being aware of the many advantages of relying on this professional may be helpful to you.

9 February 2018

Looking To Get Your Students Interested In Higher Education? Ideas For You


As a teacher, you want to be a person that inspires your students and helps to motivate them to succeed in your classroom and beyond. Because of this, no matter what subject you are teaching, you may find yourself looking for a variety of ways to help motivate your students to pursue higher education after they complete high school. Get to know some of the ways that you may be able to help inspire an interest in higher education for your students so that you can start implementing them in your classroom as soon as possible.

28 February 2017

How To Reinforce Your Life Goals


Many people would like to change their lives by reaching a major goal or milestone. However, change is often difficult when you get stuck in your current vision of your own life. Here are some ideas on how to take a higher level approach and systematically reinforce your goals.  Break Down Goals The first step to tackling a large challenge will be to break down your goals into the smallest pieces possible.

15 June 2015

Becoming More Positive Following A Loss


When you have experienced a loss in your life, whether it is the death of a loved one or the end of a long-term relationship, your natural reaction is to become sad, withdrawn, angry, and of course to grieve the loss. And while this is an entirely understandable and acceptable reaction for a while, there comes a point where you have to make a choice. You can either choose to let your sadness take over your life or pick yourself up and embrace positivity.

7 May 2015