Summer Time Sharing School is out and the heat and afternoon rain showers have arrived! Summer time is here in Florida. Many families look forward to this time of year and they plan vacations and summer time activities with their kids. Because children are out of school for two months, the routines and habits established
“Adopting one child won’t change the world; but for that one child, the world will change.” – Unknown May is National Foster Care Month. Many of us have heard about the foster care system, but not many have experienced the foster care system first hand. The National Adoption Center Organization defines the foster care system
April is National Autism Awareness Month, the first of which was declared by the Autism Society in April, 1970. In the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates autism’s occurrence as 1 in every 68 children. What is autism? The Autism Society defines autism spectrum disorder (ASD) as a complex developmental disability.
“A woman is like a tea bag; you never know how strong it is until it’s in hot water.” — Eleanor Roosevelt In the United States and through out the world, March is the month we honor and celebrate Women’s History Month. This month is devoted to commemorating the role of women in history, society,
Sometimes we get to talk about our personal faith and how it intersects with our work. I was given an opportunity to do that recently with Jim Brangenberg of iWork4Him. His information is here just in case you are interested in learning more about his program and what he does to educate and build up