Parenting a Child with Autism
Curtis Curveball Jackson is a podcast host, hip hop artist, and an internet radio DJ. Curveball has a nine year old son named Daniel who was born with autism. Curtis Jackson was born blind due to Glaucoma but lives his best life while facing the everyday challenges of raising an autistic son head on.
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Family Nutrition: Healthy Eating Habits Begin at Home
Baby Steps Nutrition is created and hosted by Argavan Nilforoush, a mompreneur and pediatric dietitian who incorporates all aspects of an integrative care model to health. Parenting and caregiving is a roller coaster and this podcast will inspire and motivate you to take small steps in feeling more empowered in your life.
For more than 14 years, Zack Ballinger has been motivating individuals and audiences of all ages – at high schools, colleges, non-profit organizations, civic groups, and corporations – through his presentations, seminars, videos, podcasts, books, and articles.
Sandra Trew: Get Real Parental Coaching
As a Parental Coach, I help parents pursue their goals to build a stronger relationship with their children.
Self Care for Teachers including meal plans, meal prep, and workout tips
Cait Couch has taught at the elementary level for 8 years.
She is also a NASM Certified Nutrition Coach and Group Fitness Instructor. She is on a mission to help teachers feel re-energized and confident through fitness and nutrition so they can be the best versions of themselves in the classroom for their students
Mindfulness with Sara Troy
Sara Troy was born with an incredibly special gift. From an early age, Sara could see the possibilities in others. Throughout her life, she has served both professionally and as a humanitarian in assisting others to live more purposeful, meaningful, and productive lives. When we connect through the soul to an open heart and an ignited spirit, we allow the mind to see in a way that is truly illuminating.
Western Governors University Providers Competency Based Online Degree Programs
Richard Benbow is the Regional Vice President (West) of Western Governors University, the nation’s first and largest competency-based university. In this role, Mr. Benbow combines his passion for innovation and information technology with his desire to serve others to provide access to affordable, high-quality education for underserved adult learners throughout the region. He leads a team that executes strategy and operations to optimize student success utilizing the WGU platform and developing partnership relationships which drive value for employers and students.
How to Provide Support and Guidance for Young Adults as They Begin the College Selection Process
Kelly Maclean is the president and founder of Kelly Maclean Achievement Center (KMAC). Her unique background as a former College Admission Representative as well as a High School Varsity Soccer Coach provided the basis for (KMAC), which focuses on providing information and resources specific to each student. The goal is to reduce college expenses while finding the best college fit through strategic preparation including major selection and career planning, college selection, subject specific tutoring, ACT/SAT test prep, high school course selection, study habits, time management, FAFSA prep, admission deadlines, admission essays, scholarships-applications, and deadlines.