Archive for March, 2016
Did you know that, according to the CDC, approximately 2% of all school age children are now diagnosed with autism? This number has shot up over the past few years, and experts are still not sure why. One part of the puzzle is accurate diagnoses — as the condition becomes more common, it becomes more recognizable to parents and doctors alike. Research seems to have found some links between autism and a child and fetus?s environment, but there is nothing too definitive just yet.
At any rate, there is no ?cure? for autism, though it is a condition that can be managed and treated. Early behavioral intervention with autistic children, for example, can help encourage them to be more social, have an easier time communicating, and be more self-aware.
Exactly What is ABA Therapy — and Could
Are you highly artistic and looking for a career that can embrace your talents? Consider signing up for a tattoo trade school. The art of tattooing has been around for many thousands of years, dating back to the dawn of humanity as we know it through countless different methods and tools. Nowadays, thanks to both technology and artistic appreciation, many studios offer spots for apprentice tattoo artists. This is a long-standing method that allows budding artists to get the on-hand experience they need, from watching the masters at work to practicing. Read below to learn more about the history of tattooing, its particular gravitas and how you could potentially get your start as a professional.
There are so many benefits of attending cultural events in the United States. You can have the opportunity to expand your knowledge as well as enjoy yourself while you have fun exploring various different cultural activities.
There are so many things to do at cultural events, especially regarding the Asian American culture. Asian Americans make up more than 5% of the entire population in the United States, over 18 million people. That?s a lot of Asian culture that can be shared and experienced by other interested Americans. Here are some more interesting facts about Asian culture and history.
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The old joke about people speaking two languages being called bilingual and those who speak one language being called Americans continues to ring true. About two-thirds of the children outside the U.S. are bilingual, but only 17% of those living in the U.S. speak another language besides English. The problem in the U.S. is that most kids don’t get their first exposure to a foreign language until high school, which makes it much harder to learn. The earlier a child starts learning a second language the better, which is why a preschool Spanish program can be so beneficial.
Studies show that children younger than five have an easier time learning a second language than older children and adults, which makes Continue Reading No Comments
Where your kids go to school is one of the most important choices you will ever make for them. Though public schools usually offer a good education, in some cities and parts of the country, they are underfunded and do not provide a good environment for your children. In that case, private school is a choice you will want to consider, but there are pros and cons that you have to weigh before making a decision.
One of the big considerations when looking at whether to enroll your child in private or public school is school size. Most private schools are small, with nearly 90% having fewer than 300 students. And that often includes grades K-12. On the other hand, most high school populations, even in smaller cities,
Enrolling your children in preschool is a huge milestone. For just a short time they were your little, cuddly babies. From conception they seemed to be permanently attached to you for better or for worse and then all of a sudden, it’s time for preschool and off they go. Even if it’s just a few hours a day, it can be very hard of parents, especially mothers, to see their babies head off to school. Many mothers report a feeling of loneliness or anxiety when they return home without their baby. Year round preschool is available for working parents and it can be very beneficial although not any easier for the parent. Here are some tips to help you, as the parent, prepare yourself to the coming milestone that is preschoo
When it comes to today’s competitive job market, having a college degree is more important than ever before. College graduates get the jobs, they earn more money and they advance in their careers, unlike those with only a high school diploma. In the 1960s and 70s, high school diplomas were enough to land a hard working and ambitious kid a decent job. They might work that job for several years, but eventually, in one way or another, that high school diploma had to be supplemented by further education. Today, the bachelor’s degree has become the new high school diploma and a degree in interdisciplinary studies could very well be the stepping stone to a very successful career.