Virtual Covid Information Session Features Medical Experts
Project Self-Sufficiency will host a virtual Covid information session featuring Dr. Thomas Bader.Project Self-Sufficiency. Dr. Thomas Bader will present the latest information about the coronavirus and discuss variants, vaccines, and the impact of the virus on pregnancy in a virtual, interactive workshop hosted by Project Self-Sufficiency on Tuesday, June 7th, noon. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions at the end of the presentation. The free presentation is part of a regular series offered through Zoom which is open to the public; interested attendees should call Project Self-Sufficiency at 973-940-3500 for log-in details.
Virtual Covid Information Workshop Scheduled
Dr. Thomas Bader will present the latest information about Covid at a virtual workshop.Project Self-Sufficiency. Dr. Thomas Bader will present the latest information about the coronavirus and discuss variants, vaccines, and the impact of the virus on pregnancy in a virtual, interactive workshop hosted by Project Self-Sufficiency on Tuesday, May 17th, 6:00 p.m. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions at the end of the presentation. The free presentation is part of a monthly series offered through Zoom which is open to the public; interested attendees should call Project Self-Sufficiency at 973-940-3500 for log-in details.
Are We Already Nearing the End of Crypto Culture?
Though economists largely agree that virtual currency replacing cash is a long-term inevitability, some are questioning the current health of crypto culture. This article is based on corporate postings and accredited media reports. All linked information within this article is fully-attributed to the following outlets:The New York Times, The New York Post, The Economic Times, Data-Driven Investor, Bitcoin Magazine, Ad Week, The Street, and Investopedia.
After 2 years Virtual - Jehovah's Witnesses are Back In Person
After Two Years Virtual, Congregations Began Meeting Together Again April 1. All congregations of Jehovah’s Witnesses across the world were encouraged to begin holding in-person meetings starting the week of April 1.
Let's Go on a Virtual Tour of Wrigley Square in Millennium Park
This videos is my 4th installment for my mini-series on the "Millennium Park" in Chicago. Here we get into a virtual tour of the park starting off at one of the more picturesque areas known as "Wrigley Square". This is in the front of the park, and it has a wide open area with some beautiful white pillars at the end with a fountain as well. Stay tuned as we go on a tour of the rest of the park!
Free Community Parenting Classes Start in April
Therapist and author Diane Lang will offer free, virtual parenting classes to the community through Project Self-Sufficiency.Diane Lang. Therapist and author Diane Lang will facilitate Project Self-Sufficiency parenting workshops for parents with children of all ages beginning in April. Participants will learn about the different stages of physical and emotional development during infancy, childhood and adolescence, as well as techniques for positive discipline and improved communication. The course will be offered on Zoom, Tuesdays, April 12th – May 24th, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Classes are co-sponsored by the Sussex County Family Success Center and Project Sussex Kids, the Sussex County Council for Young Children. The sessions are free and open to the public, but registration is required. Interested participants are invited to call 973-940-3500 for log-in details.
Amid return of students to campus, university navigates uncertain on-campus health conditions
A classroom in Miner Hall, which houses the philosophy department as well as offices for the Center for Cognitive Sciences, is pictured.Ari Navetta / The Tufts Daily. As thousands of Tufts students returned to campus for the spring semester, just weeks after COVID-19 case counts broke records nationwide, the university tried to provide clarity regarding COVID-19 conditions on campus. Amid the uncertainty, changing course modalities and hundreds of students starting their semesters in isolation or quarantine, community members have attempted to anticipate and adapt to challenging on-campus conditions.
February Workshop Supports Trauma Survivors, Promotes Prevention
Haley McCracken, Project Self-Sufficiency, will discuss positive and adverse childhood experiences at a February workshop.Rob Yaskovic. Project Self-Sufficiency will continue the workshop and discussion series, “PACEs at PSS”, designed to facilitate the conversation about issues surrounding Positive & Adverse Childhood Experiences (PACEs), with a virtual session on Monday, February 7th at 5:00 p.m. Participants are invited to explore the Connections Matter curriculum, a program funded by the New Jersey Department of Children and Families and led by Prevent Child Abuse New Jersey designed to engage providers, parents, and community members in building caring connections to improve resiliency. Discussion will focus on understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences and trauma and demonstrate how caring connections serve as a primary buffer in the negative effects of trauma. The training is appropriate for parents and providers raising and teaching school aged children.
Virtual School is robbing our kids of beloved SNOW DAYS
When I was a kid, we always looked forward to that joyous experience of the massive snow storm that resulted in a surprise day off school. I have fond memories of going to sleep praying the forecasters got it right and I'd wake up to snow leveled up to my window and waking up to my parents sharing the good news that school was called off for the day. It was one of the few times we gladly bundled up in the full attire of wool socks, thermals, boots, hats, mittens and even the full body snowsuit to go play in the snow.