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Teaching my literacy to adults

A very high rate of adults cannot read or write as much as they'd like to be able to. It can be very isolating for people who cannot read signs or maps, can't make their own appointments and don't know how to fill out forms. It can be a life-changing experience for people in this situation to improve their literacy so that they can have more independence. This blog has some information about how people can find educational courses to improve your literacy, as well as some tips on the best ways that you can support adult learners in your family.


Teaching my literacy to adults


Why You Need to Create a Precise Plan to Deal with Confined Spaces at Work

If your business involves a risk, you know that you have to have a plan to consider any "what if" scenario. For example, you may have a number of areas within your building that are classified by government as "confined spaces." You will be aware that a considerable amount of legislation is in place to help protect people who need to enter these spaces for any reason whatsoever. What are the key areas you need to consider over and above anything else for dealing with these confined spaces?

Children's Party: Three Central Considerations for Effective Planning

There are numerous aspects that you should evaluate before planning a children's party. Unlike an adult event, there will be multiple restrictions imposed for the safety, health and enjoyment of the involved kids. Therefore, you should consider engaging a professional to help you make the right arrangements for the pertinent celebration. However, if this is not suitable for you, consider these critical factors to ensure that the party is successful.

3 fun activities for students with auditory processing disorder

Students with auditory processing disorder (APD) often find classroom learning tiring as they have to exert a lot of extra energy to focus on the teacher and the activity and block out other stimuli, especially auditory stimulus. This can lead to them losing confidence in their ability to do school work and achieve success in the classroom. Here are some activities that can be incorporated into the classroom to allow students with auditory processing disorder to have fun and learn.