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Contact our office at 740/376-7431 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to
receive any of these FREE newsletters:
Eating Heart Healthy
This nine-lesson program provides
a quick overview of the major principles and practices that lead to heart
healthy food selection and preparation.
Positive Parenting This bi-monthly newsletter will help you
strengthen your family. We will provide you with the most current findings on
children, their development and positive parenting skills.
Senior Hotline Senior Hotline is published six times a year. The
topics covered include demographic trends, the aging process, social attitudes,
retirement, death, and care giving.
Connections for Children Family Child Care Connections; Child Care
Center Connections; and School-Age Connections are newsletters available for day
care providers depending on the location and age of the children. you may be
interested in one or all of these bi-monthly newsletters.
Through Tough Times Getting Through Tough Times is a series
of 19 fact sheets designed to help you manage during tough times. We encourage
you to read the fact sheets and then discuss them with your entire family and
possibly with others that are going through tough times.
Money Having trouble making ends meet? Does your paycheck run
out before the month does? Wondering what happened to all of your money this
year? Need help in making your dollars go farther? If you have answered "YES" to
any or all of these questions, you will definitely want to enroll in our
six-part home study course.
Fitness Beat A
one-page five-issue newsletter with ten posters for athletes of all ages,
coaches and everyone interested in a healthier lifestyle.
GRANDLETTERS is a ten-letter program designed to strengthen the relationship
between grandparents and grandchildren who are separated by distance. The
program can also be used by elders who adopt a grandchild. Children who have no
natural grandparents may enjoy being a sort of "pen pal" to a special elder
friend. By using the mail to share their thoughts, feelings and experience,
grandparents and grandchildren will draw closer togehter, learn from each other
and build a reservoir of happy memories.
Home and Away
Program Keeping It Together While You Are Apart
Packet includes fact sheets:
- About Health . . .
• Meals to Go
• Tickle Your Stress Before It
• The Wellness Factor
- About Money & Time . . .
• Home Maintenance
• Talking About
• Getting to Know You, Your Co-spender, and Money
• Roles and
Responsibilities: Who Does Them WhenYou Are Gone?
• Making the Most of Your
- About Relationships . . .
• Keeping It Together When Distance Keeps You
• Ten Tips for Parents
• Welcome Back! Here's What's Been
Happening While You Were Gone!
• Reconnecting With the Kids
With Anger in a Marriage
• Resolving Conflict Constructively and
• Keep the Home Fires Burning – When the Miles Separate You
• Family Communication: Overcoming Obstacles
• Teaching Children to
• Keeping the Romance Alive
Those who would benefit from this program:
People and family members of those whose jobs require extended time away from
Pilots, flight attendants
Shift workers with extended times on and off the job
Those who are separated or divorced