How To Make A Smooth Transition To Child Care

Even if you've picked a high-quality child care facility, the transition to daycare can bring challenges for you and your child. Here are some ways to make the process smoother for everyone.  Visit the Facility First of all, you can make everyone feel more comfortable with the staff before the child care begins. Make visits with your child to see the facility and start to form relationships with the staff members. [Read More]

The Formative Years: Helping Your Child Cope With Worry

School can be a very stressful time for kids, especially those who are in a rigorous college prep program. Worrying is a natural yet concerning issue that many kids face while in their high school years. As a parent or loving adult, there are some things you can do to help them cope through this time in their lives: Listen To Them When you are talking to your children, take that opportunity to genuinely listen to them. [Read More]

Sending Your Shy Child To Preschool: What To Expect In A Facility

Having a shy child can be heartbreaking. You can feel like there is little you can do to help your little one come out of their shell. Preschool can be beneficial in helping your child learn how to interact with others, gain confidence, and become more comfortable in being away from you for a few hours at a time. When looking into a preschool center for your own child, here are a few things you can look out for. [Read More]

Travel Nurses Fill Empty Slots At Hospitals

Nurses are the backbone of the medical system. They are important caregivers in hospitals and other medical facilities. In those settings a patient may only see a doctor for a few minutes a day, but they will see their nurse frequently. That means that nurses are in high demand. If you are a nurse or want to be a nurse, you can really pick and choose where you want to live and work. [Read More]