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SLEEP is VERY IMPORTANT TO A HEALTHY BRAIN AND BODY!
TUCKED puts all your questions to rest.
Get their Free Parent’s Guide to Healthy Sleep, here.
PROTECT YOUR BABY BEFORE HE or SHE ARRIVES!Drug and alcohol addiction can be incredibly harmful to both mother and child. There are several treatment options available to help. Click here or on the image above for more information.
ARE THEY SAFE TO DRIVE?
I always say, “Driver’s Licenses were invented so parents would learn to pray!” But seriously – what parent doesn’t worry about their kid’s driving – or the friends who drive them around?
Teach your kid to be aware of the FACTS about Blood Alcohol Levels (BAC) and what it means for their safety. This way they can know when to say, “NO” to driving, or accepting a ride from someone under the influence.
With the blood alcohol calculator below, you can estimate of how alcohol consumed will affect a person’s driving. You’re able to input weight, gender, hours since consumption and how many ounces someone’s had. There are also statistics about what is considered a standard drink, and the physical and mental effects of drinking alcohol. Teach YOUR teen how to use it!
A BIG THANK YOU to Brittany Cotton for contributing this information!
Let’s Be Responsible ALL year long!
No need for an elf sitting on your shelf – Responsible Rabbit is here for you ALL year long! Teaching our children to put things where they belong, to be responsible for who they are and what they say, being responsible each and every day.
Learn more about Responsible Rabbit at https://www.
Over 30 books published and available at
The Old School House Review:
Responsible Rabbit is one of the nine Characters of Character which teach children vital core values. They offer social stories titled, “Let’s Be…” Bulletin Boards and Posters, Resource Books, activity book, paper bag puppets and more. Be sure to visit them at https://www.
Feel free to contact Joni Downey, the creator and author of Characters of Character at firstname.lastname@example.org I’d love to hear from you!Be of good character!
KIDS that are busy developing their talents and abilities are less likely to fall into the temptations of drugs and alcohol.
Infographic by BestForTheKids.com
The internet can be a dangerous place for children. The increasing connectivity of today’s society makes it inevitable that children will go online—it’s where they study, where they play and where they connect with friends. But the ubiquity of the internet doesn’t mean it’s a safe place for kids. In this guide, we’ll tell you how to best protect your child from the dangers posed by the internet. READ MORE HERE…
You love your kids.
But how do you keep them from experimenting with drugs?
(Rules without RELATIONSHIP lead to Rebellion!)
IT’S NOT TOO LATE – WHERE THERE’S LIFE, THERE’S HOPE!
If you suspect your child is involved with drugs or alcohol, you can ACT NOW.
Check out these resources:
STRUGGLING TO STAY FIT UNDER A HEAVY STUDY LOAD?
College Students Guide to Ergonomics has super-helpful information and tips for college students on how to stay safe and keep active.
Your college experience can prepare you for a bright future in your chosen field.
Deciding on the right college is difficult enough with thousands to choose from, let alone if you have a learning disability that requires special accommodation.
Luckily, many schools have improved their disability resource offerings in recent years, so you have more to choose from whether you want to stay close to home or move across the country. This LINK will take you to a list of colleges that offer the best support for the special needs student.
NEED COLLEGE OR CAREER HELP?
GET SUPPORT FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES:
- Debit card users are at the greatest risk for fraud.
- Even if the card is in your wallet, you can be a victim of fraud.
- 47% of victims said their bank or credit card issuer alerted them to the fraudulent activity first, versus others that caught it on their account statement.
Helping an older person who lives alone? YOU are doing a GREAT thing!
How to avoid and detect Elder Fraud: A guide for older people, carers and relatives… read more
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THANK YOU FOR CARING!
Camp Lejeune water contamination– Were YOU exposed?
Camp Lejeune is a U.S. Marine Corps Base in Jacksonville, North Carolina. Toxic chemicals were released into the water supply systems from 1953 to 1987. This means that nearly 1 million people may have been exposed to these harmful chemicals. Anyone who lived or worked at Camp Lejeune for at least 30 days during this period may now be entitled to compensation. FIND OUT HERE