Communication in our digital world provides tech-savvy kids with unique benefits and challenges. To address issues of appropriate use of technology, a FREE event for parents, tweens, and teens living in northwest Ohio is scheduled for Thursday, September 27, 2018 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Thurgood Marshall Auditorium at 1609 N. Superior Street. Light refreshments will be available.
So, as we move out of one season and into another, find a meaningful rhythm based on your values. And I hope you find the collective willingness as a family to say “yes” to what matters, and “no” to anything that might get in the way.
How adults monitor their own screen time in the presence of children often translates into how present they are with
Sports are a great way for people of all ages to get fit, build strength, and develop friendships, but for individuals with disabilities opportunities to participate in sports can sometimes be difficult to find. Fortunately, TOPSoccer gives children and adults who are cognitively, physically, or emotionally challenged the opportunity to play soccer.
Going back to school can be daunting for anyone, but for parents seeking higher education, it poses a particular challenge. A recent study by The Young Invincibles found that careers which once required only a bachelor’s degree now require advanced degrees as many employers are increasing education requirements for the newly hired. So with the increased need to advance education to lead to advancement at work, how can busy parents balance work, school, and domestic responsibilities?
With the recent bans on sodas and other sugary drinks in schools, more teens are now reaching for what might look like a better alternative—sports drinks.