No matter the nationality, the one common language humanity has in common is food.
How music can help children with autism connect
As little as 15-20 minutes of exposure to music three times per week has demonstrated activation changes in the brain, two medical experts explain.
How Nonprofits Help Digitally Disadvantaged Communities Connect
TechSoup donor partner Mobile Beacon has conducted some very interesting research on how nonprofits are getting digitally disadvantaged communities (like rural, low-income, and senior Americans) connected to the information economy. Here's what Mobile Beacon found.
How Placemaking Helps Residents Shape and Connect to Their Communities
"From initiatives that transform shadowy El tracks into shaded gardens or add a dance center to an under-resourced neighborhood, keeping residents central in the placemaking process can more fully revitalize the neighborhoods where people walk, shop, eat, learn and live."
Connect & Learn Seminars
Winter/Spring 2017 Connect & Learn Seminar (Lunch will be served) Click here for the Donor Conception and Surrogacy Program Overview Click here to find out how to Bring your +1 for FREE About RESOLVE New England’s Connect and Learn Seminars In 2017, we will offer one Connect & Learn Seminar (and of course, our Annual Conference in November). The Seminar is held at the Wellesley College…
Super Bowl Champion Helps Launch New United Way Club Connect
What do Mile High United Way, an elementary school principal, a Super Bowl Champion and a pirate have in common?
How to Connect an Android to Outlook
Android Market has a number of applications which you can use to connect your phone to Microsoft Outlook. It is up to you to decide that whether you want to buy the app or just want to download a free one. If you will buy the app, it will give you the options of synchronizing …
Connecting with smartphone obsessed kids
Guest host Neil Stavem talks with Jonathan McKee about ways parents can set healthy boundaries for kids growing up in an insecure, digital world. Then, Matt Mikalatos provides effective evangelism tips from his book Good News for a Change.…
Advocacy 101: A Connect & Share Event
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How will you connect in the month of May?
Your Connection for Success! Establishing a mutually beneficial relationship with other business people, potential clients or customers is essential for success in today’s business environment. Through your Chamber membership, you have the opportunity to connect with and get to know hundreds of fellow members through a variety of networking events. Check out what's happening in May and make the most of your Chamber membership.
The Ultimate Guide to Connecting with Your Child
You can connect with your child in a meaningful way. Use these questions to help get you started. Download The Ultimate Guide to Connecting with Your Child.
Webinar: “Partner, Help, Connect: How DSCC Supports Youth with Special Healthcare Needs and Their...
We partner with Illinois families and communities to help children and youth with special healthcare needs connect to services and resources.
HCPSS Connect: PARCC Q&A Feb. 10
Following a successful HCPSS Connect question and answer on PARCC , an assessment test designed by the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers, HCPSS will run a second session Tuesday, Feb. 10 at noon Representatives from HCPSS Curriculum and Special Education departments will field questions during the Q&A, which will be online only, viewable live on the HCPSS website or on the HCPSS…
HCPSS Connect: PARCC Q&As Feb. 4 and 10
Following the HCPSS Connect format, the Q&A will be online only, viewable live on the HCPSS website or on the HCPSS TV station (Verizon channel 42, Comcast channel 95). Questions may be submitted before and during the event by emailing [email protected] or on Twitter using the hashtag #PARCCchat. The Q&As also will be recorded and available for viewing on the HCPSS website after each event. Upcoming Events
Connect with your Child with a DIY Mom & Me Journal
Mom and Me Journals are a quick and easy craft you can make with your son or daughter. Communicating with your children, can be challenging to say the least
5 Networking Tips to Connect With Your Current Colleagues
We all know networking is crucial to our careers, but do you know how to network with the people you already work with? Follow these networking tips!
How to Connect with a New Generation of Donors and Volunteers
The Millennial generation—those 80 million folks born roughly between 1979-99—may not be your organization’s largest contributors today, but these “digital natives” are poised to receive the largest transfer of wealth from their Baby Boomer and Greatest Generation parents and grandparents. Nearly $41 trillion is expected to flow from one generation to the next in the
How to connect easily with the D&C newsroom
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Diabetes and Dementia: How church connects caregivers with support
Rock of Ages Baptist church hosted a dementia and diabetes conference to give family caregivers information and support.
8 unbelievable experiences with strangers
Helen Wheels, a wheelchair user with Lupus, tells us about 8 amusing and frustrating experiences she's had with stranges, all because she's disabled. Read on to see if her experiences with uneducated strangerrs are similar to yours.