How autism break rooms can bring more inclusion to school sporting events
Dec11

How autism break rooms can bring more inclusion to school sporting events

On Sunday, Dec. 2, Philly college basketball fans filled the Hagan Arena to watch the Saint Joseph’s University Hawks tip off against the Villanova Wildcats. While the game was a narrow loss for the Hawks, the university had what may have been a huge victory that could change the way large sporting events on a national level. Saint Joseph’s is the only school in the country to introduce autism break rooms to their sporting events so...

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College-Bound grads hits school
Nov27

College-Bound grads hits school

The number of New York City public high school graduates enrolling in college and other programs increased last year to 59 percent, city Education Department officials said Monday. That number includes students from the Class of 2017 who enrolled in two and four-year colleges, as well as vocational and public service programs. It is a 2 percent increase from the previous year. The city touted a record-high 45,115 students from...

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Veterans and Addiction Resource
Oct10

Veterans and Addiction Resource

Many men and women who have bravely served our country are sadly left with painful memories they wish they didn’t have. In many cases, veterans turn to drugs and alcohol as a way to deal with these thoughts, especially PTSD. Luckily, there are resources available to help. Would you be able to assist us by adding our section dedicated to Veterans (https://www.therecoveryvillage.com/resources/veterans/) to your list? As an...

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Now that your kids have left for school, why not earn a continuing education certificate?
Aug27

Now that your kids have left for school, why not earn a continuing education certificate?

It’s never too late to ignite your curiosity The day a child leaves for school can bring on a wide variety of emotions for most parents. Initially, a sad and lonely feeling can creep in at the thought of your home now being an “empty nest”. But after that feeling has subsided, you’ll find out that you have more time on your hands to pursue some of the things you had left on the backburner for all of those years. Why not take this...

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A window into NYC ‘Crime’
Aug23

A window into NYC ‘Crime’

Doc explores city’s policing policies T he documentary “Crime + Punishment,” through a combination of sobering statistics and lively characters who bring those statistics to vivid life, tracks the progress of a class-action lawsuit filed by a group of 12 New York City police officers who allege that the department has continued to rely on a system of arrest quotas, despite the fact that the system was officially outlawed in 2010....

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