The new year stretches before us like an adventure course. Let’s welcome it with hope and enthusiasm!
We and our children come to the threshold of 2014 as whole persons – body, mind, and spirit. We can navigate the unknown course ahead with joy – as we listen closely to ourselves – with a sense of balance – one step at a time.
What does “balanced living” mean to you? Here are some thoughts to consider. Please add your own perspective! Read more→
You want to build a solid foundation for your child’s financial future.
But you don’t know what you don’t know.
Too many families discover that there were steps they could have taken years ago to prepare for the financial needs of their child. If they had only known what to do.
Mike Butterworth is the parent of a young adult with special medical needs. For more than 25 years he has provided customized financial planning services to parents of children with disabilities.
In a recent interview, Mike stressed that financial planning is highly individualized. The unique needs and circumstances of each family must be taken into account.
Although this post can’t provide personalized guidance, Mike does offer important insights into topics that affect your child’s financial well-being. Read more→
How does your child feel about the new school year?
As the buses start rolling again, many students feel anxious. Especially if they’ve struggled with school in the past.
Here are specific strategies to help your child make this the best year yet. What’s more, your child will learn self determination skills needed for success in adult life. Read more→
I’ve just spent three intensive days learning from young leaders.
These young adults love the lives they’re building for themselves. And they’re passionate about empowering their younger peers.
Do we truly want our kids to grow as self advocates, to live the lives they truly desire? Then, as parents, teachers, and mentors – we must learn from young leaders. Read more→