Pets and Mental Health

Many people have furry friends living with them, but pets can do more for mental health than you might think! Having domesticated pets encourages people to get outside, and get moving. Besides increasing circulation, being physically active outside can help lower depression, anxiety, obesity, and even heart attacks, all while the body absorbs Vitamin […]

Key to Growth … Developing a Learner-Mindset

Excellence – Best-in-class delivery of services Teamwork – Togetherness, unity, how we operate Godly character – Uncompromising beliefs, actions and moral standards Transcendent – “Big Picture” thinking and acting – “Legacy” work Ownership – Taking responsibility and doing what is best for the organization Growth – Learner mindset

Leaders are Life Long Learners […]

Patience

You often hear it said, “Patience is a virtue.” Although it is easy to acknowledge that patience is a spiritual principle to strive for, it is often more difficult to actually practice genuine patience. In today’s society, we live in a world of instant gratification. From fast food to modern technology, we are slowly […]

Sensory Processing Disorder

Sensory Processing Disorder is when the brain has trouble receiving and responding to messages that it receives through the senses. Oftentimes, children with SPD may be oversensitive to stimuli in their environment, such as:

Texture/Taste Sounds/Noises Touch Balance Sights

Meet Julia: Teach children how to interact with the new Sesame Street Puppet with […]