Learn more about how IASIS Micro Current Neurofeedback can help you by visiting our open house! Reboot Wellness Open HouseAugust 20th 3 pm - 7 pmCome and Go Are you dealing with the stress of life from the chaotic environment around you? Dealing with anxiety or depression or other issues and would like a medicine free alternative … Continue reading Visit Reboot Wellness for an OPEN HOUSE!
Ardent Preschool is committed to making the early learning years an experience that truly delights both parents and their children. The preschool teams consist of caregivers who not only enjoy spending their days with children but also realize the unique daily opportunities to make lifetime impressions on the young hearts and minds of the children … Continue reading Join the Ardent Team – Apply Today!
By Jarren Sanders, Owner Paradise Cleaning Services Cleaning your home is time consuming and we don’t always have the time to do it adequately. There are a hundred other things you’d rather be doing and (need to do).Keeping your living space clean and organized ensures it is safe and non-hazardous. You’ll keep dust and other … Continue reading Paradise Cleaning Service: Who We Are, What We Do
By Bev Capps, District Executive Director, Heart of the Valley YMCA The YMCA has worked with Ditto Landing and Operation Green Team for a number of years as part of a YMCA Togetherhood program. The purpose of the Togetherhood Project is to invite YMCA members to activate their social responsibility by participating in the Y's … Continue reading Did You Know?
By Dale Kuehl, Financial AdvisorEdward Jones Investments If you have children or grandchildren, you may already have invested in, or at least considered, a 529 plan, one of the most popular college-savings vehicles. But you might be interested to know that a 529 plan can now be used not only to save for college, but … Continue reading 529 Plans
- How to reduce the stress of uncertainty by planning - By: Susan S. Askew, PE, CSEP and Rebecca Falcon, PMP, CISM of Black Swans Rising, LLC “Plans are nothing; planning is everything.” - Dwight D. Eisenhower. It’s May and families are celebrating accomplishments (and survival!) of the 2020-2021 COVID-19 school year. Now it’s time … Continue reading Planning is Everything
Jennifer L. GreggPh.D., LPC-S, NCCRegistered Play TherapistPlay and Grow Counseling, LLCOften, we think of play as a means of relaxation or relief from working. Having time to play is used as a reward or something your child is allowed to do during free time. ‘You can play AFTER you finish your homework,’ or ‘you can … Continue reading The Effects of Play on Your Child’s Mental Health
By Greer Milam, SPARC LLC Did the title of this article get your attention? It was supposed to. Keep reading. In today’s internet driven marketplace, many of our purchases are based on the luring arrangement of website elements designed to take us one click closer to the checkout screen. An increasing number of test prep … Continue reading How to Score a 36 on Your ACT
Since 2011, the month of April has been designated as Autism Awareness Month. This year, the Autism Society of America is changing the wording from “Awareness” to “Acceptance” in the hopes of fostering an acceptance of individuals living with autism into the everyday life of their communities. According to the CDC’s latest numbers, about 1 … Continue reading Micro Current Neurofeedback Shows Promise in Helping Autism
A career conversation with your children When our children first arrive in our lives, we look at their sweet faces and wonder “Who will you become?” Then we embark on a two+ decade journey with them towards finding their answer. To find the answers, they – and we parents – should think critically about career … Continue reading Does My Child Really NEED To Go To College?