Adding Home-Delivered Nutrition to the Health Care Menu for Seniors
For the 1-in-4 American seniors who live alone, the road to recovery after illness, injury or surgery is paved with many unknowns.
Trump Looked To This Army Wife For Advice On Fixing The VA
This caregiver-turned VA activist had a chance to meet with President Trump on issues veterans face receiving health care.
What exactly is a Jewish community center?
In the wake of the bomb hoaxes, a look at how JCCs serve Jews and non-Jews of all ages.
Thrifting Guide: Tips and Tricks of Thrift
Check out our thrifting guide for tips and tricks that will make sustainable living fashionable, affordable and FUN!!!!!!
How to Start a Residential Program
This workshop will give you an overview of how to start your very own residential program. You will learn about the different types of residential programs, zoning, licensing, permins, documentation needed, funding, and more!
5 Powerful Self-Care Tips for Abuse and Trauma Survivors
by Shahida Arabi, originally posted on Self-Care Haven Being a trauma survivor is a challenging journey, but it is also an empowering one. Trauma acts as the catalyst for us to learn how to better engage in self-care and introduces us to endless modalities for healing and expressing ourselves, enabling us to channel our crisis into our transformation. Most importantly, it gives us access to connect with other survivors who have been where we are. It is in these validating communities that we tend to find the most healing, even outside of the therapy space. Here are some tips I’ve lived by that can benefit the healing journey of those who have been through trauma and abuse 1. Positive affirmations In order to reprogram our subconscious mind, which has undoubtedly been affected by…
Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…
Guide to Independent Living for People with Disabilities Now Available
Self-advocates from AHRC NYC, design studio Second Marriage, and the Center for Urban Pedagogy have collaborated to create a Guide to independent living for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, through CUP’s Making Policy Public program.
More children than adults can figure out which way this school bus is going
National Geographic poses a brain teaser that is easier to solve if you're under 10 years old: which direction is the bus going?
Have you seen anyone with a semicolon tattoo? Here's what it's about.