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Spring into New Work

By the Ignite Career Center of JCS
While the world of work is in transition, how can you stay competitive in your career as the job market opens? These tips can help.

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When Your Senior Graduates, You Graduate Too

By Amy Meyers Steinberg
My daughter is about to graduate high school. In many ways it signifies the end of childhood. As parents, we may feel a profound loss of that phase of their lives because that part is ending for us as well. So how do we let go of the loss we feel and instead celebrate the momentous occasion of completing high school?

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When Teens Win, We All Win

By Jodi Teitelman
Being a teenager is hard. Your body is changing, your emotions are heightened, and the stress of college and impending young adulthood drives you crazy.

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Our Invisible Heroes

By Tinu Ogunkoya
Direct care staff at JCS offer a full-range of support for individuals with varying abilities. These women and men are the invisible heroes.

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Running on Resilience

By Deborah Schwartz, LCSW-C
A surprise of the pandemic is how well many older adults have adapted to the restrictions and confinement. Why? They’ve been through things already. They know how to handle stress. Here are some of those wonderful coping skills and tips that older adults recommend.

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How to Help a Friend in Need

By Ben Barer, LCSW-C
Do you have a friend or family member that is going through a rough time? Would you like to reach out to them but you are not sure how to approach them or when is the best time to do so?

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Healthy Habits for Remote Work

By the Ignite Career Center of JCS
When the COVID pandemic began, the in-office world suddenly had to pivot to an all-remote work environment. We thought it would be temporary and now here we are, many of us are still working from home. If you’re working remotely, here are some tips to better your experience and set yourself up for success.

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