Why Learning How to Swim as an Adult Doesn’t Have to Be Embarrassing

3 October 2017
 Categories: , Blog

Some kids never learn how to swim. It may be because they lived in the city and there was no place to go to learn. It may also be because they could not afford swimming classes. Whatever your reason for not learning to swim as a kid, you can still learn to swim as an adult. Furthermore, you do not have to be embarrassed about swimming classes either. Here is why. Read More 

6 Ways To Teach Your Child Effective Social Skills

27 July 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Social skills come easily to many children, but others may need more emphasize on social skills in order to pick them up. If you are in the process of teaching your child social skills, these tips may help you encourage them to learn some new ways to interact. When children enter groups and interact with others their age, they will have these skills as helpful resources: 1. Tell Social Stories Read More 

Early Academic Excellence With An Autistic Child: 10 Ways To Help Them Truly Shine

10 July 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

When you have a child with autism, introducing them to any new environment can be challenging, but when the change is really big, like a new daycare or education center, you have to plan the move very carefully. While you want your child to integrate with peers and teachers successfully, you don't want to throw so much at them that they can't process it all. Here are 10 helpful ways to find just the right child care center for your autistic child and to really make it a success. Read More 

Choosing A Career: Dental Assistant Vs. Medical Assistant

16 June 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Careers in the medical fields tend to be growing faster than average, making them a good choice for people who are looking for a new career field. Two such potential careers are dental assisting and medical assisting. Both can sometimes be started without any formal training, although it's usually best to complete at least a one to two year certificate program. The exact regulations as to what's required to start a career in these fields vary by state. Read More 

How To Adjust To Driving A Left-Hand Drive Car

5 June 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

If you've just moved to the United States from the UK, Japan, or another country where the cars have the steering wheels on the right, don't worry too much about whether you'll do well on the road. It's a lot easier to adjust to the new setup than you think. That being said, there is a short adjustment period that you'll go through. It's best to confront this head on -- no pun intended -- so that you can continue your journeys with confidence. Read More