As a parent with a disabled child, you know full well that there are a few extra steps involved with their care. Their education can also be a little tricky to get because of their special needs. Disabilities come in many different forms with each requiring their own type of care. When it comes to helping them with their college education, there are a couple things you need to be aware of. It’s not as simple as a regular student enrolling into college. In this article, we’ll be going over what parents need to know before sending their disabled child to college.
Mental health is just as important as physical health. It’s just not something that can be ignored or left to chance. You have to make it a point to ensure your child’s mental health is as healthy as possible. In this day and age, it’s more essential than ever before for parents to take a proactive role in their child’s life so they can help them avoid the many pitfalls of the future. Whether that means enrolling them in activities such as sports or music lessons, or setting up constructive tasks for them around the house, you need to find ways in which you can improve their mental state now and in their future. However, with so many different kid-friendly programs available, how do you know which are better for your child’s mental health? Here are some helpful tips and suggestions on which programs might be appropriate for your kid:
Colin Newton worked with the EBSA team in West Berkshire facilitating with one other the local team on graphics – using the MAP process with autistic Year 6 child who has not been attending most of the year. Listen to the mum’s words.
Excellent use of MAPs and Solution Circles to support inclusion in the Early Years and Foundation in Wolverhampton mainstream schools! Exemplary practice!
Colin Newton worked with the EBSA team in West Berkshire facilitating with one other the local team on graphics – using the MAP process with a Year 5 child who struggles with emotionally based school avoidance. Listen to the words of the parents and class teacher/Assistant head.
One of the most in-demand jobs in healthcare today is nursing. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects that the employment of registered nurses will grow by 16% from 2020 to 2030, which is much faster than the average for all occupations. Now is a great time to enter the nursing field, especially after the historic shortage of nurses throughout the pandemic. Here are some steps you can follow to find a job as a nurse: