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Why Parents Make The Best Employees

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Nothing compares to the on-the-job training children provide. To prove my point, below are ten skills parents possess that make them invaluable to the workforce…

1. Parents can last six weeks with…

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THIS Is Why Parents Make the BEST Employees

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Nothing compares to the on the job training your child(ren) provide. Below are ten skills that ONLY parents possess that make them invaluable to the workforce…

1. You can last six weeks with…

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Dancing in the Rain Launches a Website Offering Children’s Toys to Help Children Learn and Use Their Imaginations

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Mary Corriher (founder of Dancing in the Rain) used to teach troubled children and those with learning disorders. It was from that experience that she observed that every child has the ability to learn, they just have different ways of learning– and it is up to the teacher to find the most effective way. That […]

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Autism Cost Estimated to Reach Nearly $500 Billion, Potentially $1 Trillion, by 2025

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A research funded by Autism Speaks and the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health called “Brief Report: Forecasting the Economic Burden of Autism in 2015 and 2025 in the United States” is calling to action some policy changes for early intervention, employment and other programs that support the independence of adults with autism. The […]

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11 Ways to Tell If You’re Raising a Food Snob

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“Sushi,” says my 8-year-old. “Can I have sushi for lunch today?”

I panic. Who does my kid think I am, the head chef at Nobu? Quite frankly, I’m in the midst of heating some chicken nuggets for his lunch. I’d planned on throwing in some ketchup, cutting up an apple and calling it a meal. But my kid seems to have other ideas.

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