refreshing your knowledge to help kids with homework

Careers In Medical Billing And Records

Healthcare is a rapidly growing field with a constant, insatiable demand for new talent. Although most people first think of patient facing professionals when considering healthcare career options, in reality there are a wide variety of behind-the-scenes roles that are equally important to the proper functioning of any healthcare organization. These positions are filled by highly trained professionals who perform accounting, billing, records keeping, and many more administrative tasks. If you are interested in breaking into this interesting and often lucrative field, becoming an expert in medical billing or records administration is a great way to get your foot into the door. Read More 

How Restless Leg Syndrome Can Lead To Behavior Problems In Preschool

Restless leg syndrome is an odd feeling of discomfort in the legs that makes it difficult for people to sit still. When it affects preschoolers, it can be particularly problematic. It can cause many types of behavior problems that may grow worse as they go through elementary school and which may impact their life. Thankfully, parents can address and manage this issue. Restless Leg Syndrome Can Be Devastating For Preschoolers Read More 

3 Steps To Feel More Confident About Your Senior Parent Driving

As your parent ages, he or she may slowly begin losing his or her independence, and this can be devastating to seniors. Driving is one type of freedom many seniors try to hold on to for as long as possible, simply because having the ability to get around is important. If you have concerns about your parent's ability to drive but do not want to eliminate this freedom if it isn't necessary yet, you could always take the following steps to make sure your parent is still capable of driving around safely. Read More 

Teaching Sight Words: How To Make It Fun

Now that your child is beginning to learn their phonics, how do you begin teaching them to read? Reading is part sounding out words, and part recognizing sight words. After your child knows their phonics, they can sound out some words, but there are some words that are a little more difficult to sound out such as the word "the" or "you". These words are sight words and you can teach these words to your child in a way that makes learning fun. Read More 

How To Survive Teaching Your Child To Drive

Ah, to be young again; reckless, feckless, and in the middle of a full blown invincibility complex. If the previous sentence describes your teenager, you're probably not thrilled with the idea of letting them slide behind the wheel of two tons of vehicular manslaughter charges waiting to happen. Never fear, teaching a teenager to drive safely and responsibly is simpler than you might think, and there are some hacks you can use to get you both thorough this rite of passage alive. Read More 

About Me

refreshing your knowledge to help kids with homework

When I was in high school 20 years ago, I didn't take the learning process seriously. I did what was necessary to pass one grade to the next and graduate. Soon after graduating, I got married and started my family. After struggling for years to help my kids with homework that should have been easy for me to do, I decided to go back to school to take some refresher courses and learn what I should have learned the first time around. My blog will show you different resources that you can use to help you assist your kids with homework that is beyond your knowledge level.