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Unlocking Potential

Published: 02/23/24
By: Jasleen Aulakh
Unlocking Potential

In recent years, virtual schooling has emerged as a transformative platform, particularly for children with learning disabilities and special needs. As a special education teacher who has experience both in the brick-and-mortar environment as well as in an online learning environment, I’ve seen the unique advantages that virtual learning offers [Read More]

 

Homeschooling: Fostering Emotional Intelligence and Resilience

Published: 02/16/24
By: Dr. Artyom Zinchenko Ph.D.
Homeschooling: Fostering Emotional Intelligence and Resilience

Helen Keller’s journey, marked by her deaf-blind condition, exemplifies resilience and emotional intelligence (EI). Homeschooled by Anne Sullivan, Helen overcame immense challenges, from basic communication to complex subjects, showcasing her resilience. Helen’s emotional intelligence shone through her ability to connect with others despite her sensory limitations. In 1904, using tactile [Read More]

 

Mending Kids’ Hearts: Children’s of Alabama Celebrates Kids’ Heart Health

Published: 02/08/24
Mending Kids’ Hearts: Children’s of Alabama Celebrates Kids’ Heart Health

February is American Heart Month. It is a month to raise awareness about pediatric heart disease and celebrate our cardiac patients and families. Children’s of Alabama has one of the largest pediatric cardiovascular programs in the Southeast. Families of children who need specialized cardiovascular care can turn to the experts [Read More]

 

UAB Wins Women’s Choice Awards for 2024

Published: 02/02/24
UAB Wins Women’s Choice Awards for 2024

The University of Alabama at Birmingham has received eight 2024 Women’s Choice Awards designations for women’s health practice areas. Best hospital designations were awarded based on the hospital’s outstanding achievement in clinical excellence and patient experience and satisfaction. By appearing on the Best Hospitals list, these UAB Medicine clinical areas are considered to represent the top [Read More]

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