Category: parenting

Michigan Alliance for Families
Let’s Talk Transition Free Parenting Workshop

Let’s Talk Transition  Join us for a day-long workshop to learn about making the transition to adulthood. SATURDAY, MAY 11, 2019  9:30AM – 2:30PM  Sign-in opens at 9:00AM. Lunch provided. WAYNE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE Student Welcome Center 8200 West Outer Drive, Detroit 48219 High School Transition with Sandee Koski, Michigan...

Tax Time Tips for Moms
Tips to Relieve Tax Time Stress for Moms

If your family is anything like me, on top of all the other tasks I am responsible for, I do the taxes each year.  It is not an easy task for sure.  As a business owner, things are even more complicated.  I have been using H&R Block online services for...

Michigan Alliance for Families
Epilepsy and Seizure Disorders Advocating – FREE Parenting Workshop

Epilepsy and Seizure Disorders Advocating for Your Child in School With Cyndi Leino-Handford from Epilepsy Foundation of Michigan   TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 2019  1:00PM – 3:00PM  Sign-in at 12:30PM CAROLINE KENNEDY LIBRARY  24590 George Street Dearborn Heights, MI 48127 Learn how to advocate for your child with Epilepsy/Seizure Disorder in...

The Lesser Known Dangers Of Driving

It’s no secret that driving can be dangerous; according to the U.S. Department of Justice, motor vehicle accidents make up 52% of all personal injury cases. However, not all dangers of driving are immediately apparent to all drivers. Some of the most dangerous driving scenarios, in fact, are the ones...

Managing Divorce Stress: 3 Tips for Healing

Divorce is becoming increasingly common in the United States. In fact, between 40 and 50% of all U.S. marriages end in divorce. As a result, thousands of individuals face emotional stress and confusion every year as they go through the difficult process of ending a marriage. After the decision to...

Study Looks at Impact of Texting and Social Media on Children of Divorce

It’s no secret that today’s kids use their phones more than any other generation before. Whether it’s texting, using social media, or contributing to the four billion searches Google gets daily, kids are almost always on their phones. And while there are concerns with phone and Internet use among kids,...

Reading Time is the Right Time!

March is National Reading Month! During this month, we are encouraged to read every single day.  One of my favorite things to do is read to my six-month-old grandson.  He loves to hear the stories, look at the pictures, and touch the pages of a board book.  He especially loves...

Rethinking Guardianship-Facilitating Life-Long Self Determination
Rethinking Guardianship-Facilitating Life-Long Self Determination

  Rethinking Guardianship-Facilitating Life-Long Self Determination  with Dohn Hoyle, The Arc Michigan  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 2019  12:00PM – 3:00PM  Sign-in opens at 11:30AM Light lunch will be served. WESTSIDE ADULT EDUCATION CENTER 16164 Asbury Park; Detroit 48235 This workshop is for families whose child has a developmental disability, as well...

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