5 Steps to Finding College Grants and Scholarships

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There is no way to deny it, college is expensive. While community colleges and state colleges are often cheaper than their private college counterparts, paying for college puts a strain on the family’s budget. Thankfully, students have many grants … [Read more]

Helping Your Teen Find the Perfect Summer Job

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Filling your teen’s days with meaningful, quality, and beneficial activities is one of the biggest challenges of parenting. This is particularly true once summer rolls around and the school year comes to an end. Working a summer job is an ideal … [Read more]

Productive Summer Activities to Prepare Your Teen for College

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The summer after senior year is a busy time. Teens are busy working summer jobs, spending time with friends, and getting ready to head off to college. Though summer is certainly a time to unwind and have some fun before the busy school year begins, … [Read more]

The Best Ways to Teach Your Teen to Drive

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Teaching your teenager to drive is a stress inducing and sometimes scary idea. Once a teen reaches driving age and proves that they are responsible enough to be behind the wheel of a car, parents have a big decision to make in terms of how their … [Read more]

Teaching Your Teen Financial Responsibility

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One of the biggest favors that you can do your teenager as a parent is to teach the importance of financial responsibility from an early age. Many young adults graduate college with no savings account, lots of credit card debt, and upwards of … [Read more]

Top 5 Questions to Ask When Touring Colleges with Your Teen

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Choosing which college to attend is a life-changing decision. Teens and their parents often take time exploring their options, reading about potential colleges, and attending college information nights. The college tour, however, is often the … [Read more]

Autism and Exercise – Interview with Dr. Marjorie Solomon

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The most recent statistics show that approximately 1 in 100 -110 children between the ages of 3 and 17 in the United States have some form of autism. Autism is a neurological disorder characterized by the limited ability or inability to socialize, … [Read more]

Teens and Family Finances…Much is TMI

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The economy is one of, if not the number one, concern of people across our nation. Unemployment figures are staggering and downright scary, college students are graduating without jobs to go to and student loans to repay, the cost of everything from … [Read more]