Do you know someone affected by autism?I do and I’ve seen the struggles first hand. The struggles to get proper care, proper schooling, and even the struggle to be understood and accepted. Why am I supporting the cause? Because it’s important, because it affects people I know and love, because not enough is known yet. It’s highly likely that you know someone with autism too. With your help and support we can help increase understanding and acceptance of autism.
The holidays are just around the corner and whether you are celebrating Christmas or Hanukkah, or both, finding the right gift isn’t always easy. Neither is it cheap, which is why these last-minute holiday gift and stocking stuffer ideas are the perfect solution. Not only are they budget friendly but they also serve a greater social good – giving back through the Kohl’s Cares program.
Looking for something fun to do on weekends with the family? As part of the new bilingual family programming series at the Koubek Center, this free family event celebrates the Holidays and is taking place on Saturday, December 17 from 12pm – 4pm!
Free Family Event Celebrates the Holidays
Miami Dade College’s historic Koubek Center, su casa de cultura, launched a new bilingual family series recently and is ready to showcase their latest family event with Playtime: Días de las Familias,
Get yourself outdoors! National Get Outdoors Day is Saturday, June 11, 2016 so take some time to get to know the beauty of the nature that surrounds you.
National Get Outdoors Day
As kids it was easy for us to spend time outdoors – to go barefoot in the grass, play in the mud, explore the wilderness. As we get older we find ourselves struggling to find the time to do the things we once loved.
Can you spot a stroke? My grandmother suffered a bad stroke, and unfortunately no one recognized the signs. Learn the signs of a stroke and how to react FAST by getting a possible stroke victim help quickly can save their life.
There are many super heroes out there. Moms, Dads, Grandparents, people who are simply lending a hand to others. We consider those people super heroes.