Archive for Category: Family

Living with Autism (ASD)

Since the COVID 19 pandemic, awareness on the inequalities of people with autism, especially at the workplace, has increased. The United Nations encourages and advocates for equal opportunities for all those on the spectrum seeking employment. “Some employers have recently launched inclusive employment programs, which accommodate people with diagnoses of autism and related conditions, such […]

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Geriatric Journey

To be seventy years young is sometimes far more cheerful and hopeful than to be forty  years old.   Middle adulthood is a time when individuals become more conscious of the young-old  polarity in life and the shrinking amount of time left in their lives. And it is a time when  individuals seek to transmit something […]

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Building Family Relationships

  Have you ever thought about your family and compared it with other families? If you have, you’re not alone! It is quite normal to envision your ideal family and compare it with others. You might see your neighbor’s family taking evening walks or even see families having picnics in the park and wonder why […]

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Coping with Typical Marital Conflict

In marriage, couples may face issues that can get in the way of their bond as husband and wife. Most of these conflicts are present in all marriages in some form or the other. Humans have disagreements, it’s in our nature, even though some marriages may seem like they are perfect, in reality they aren’t. […]

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Maintaining a Healthy Marriage

A good marriage can keep you healthy! However, some couples do have difficulty in maintaining a loving relationship throughout their marriage. Marriage is a pretty simple concept, but conflicts arise in many cases. We will talk about what can make a marriage work and how you can maintain a healthy relationship with your spouse.    […]

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Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Special Education

Many people are not aware that special education has changed drastically over the years. There used to be a time where children with special needs were just limited to special needs classrooms and not given the chance to be with the general population of students. Overtime, people realized that something needed to change. Students with […]

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Family Wellbeing Club

Families play a vital role in promoting psychological well-being in our society. The club aims at the theme “Prevention is Better than Cure” and focus on breaking the stigma involved in seeking emotional and psychological care from w wellbeing professionals by making health care platform accessible to everyone. Psychological health care is not treating disorder […]

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