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The Family Center: Resources for Families, Individuals and Professionals

Serving our community through programs and resources vital to today’s families.

Making Dinner Time Family Time

Ask the Experts by Chef Bobby Nahra

Q: I'm a working mother with young children. When I come home from work getting dinner on the table is a stressful chore. I would like to turn it into a learning activity - to teach them cooking skills and healthy eating habits - but finding the time and ways to do so is so difficult in our active schedule. Please share your tips!

A: Try not to look at making dinner as a dreaded task. You can do some simple things ahead of time to make the process more fun ...

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Behavior Changes Can Signal Depression in Teens

Ask the Experts by Valerie Southall

Q: I've recently noticed a friend of mine has been acting withdrawn and different than he used to. He's been missing school more and not participating in social outings or responding to texts when I ask him to get together. I'm worried that he may be depressed and I don't know how to help him. Are there things I can do, or ways I can reach out to get him help?

A: Being a teenager is very hard. Your body starts to change as well as your voice and appearance. ...

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In-home Physicians Services are Available

Ask the Experts by Dr. Farzin Namei

Q: My husband is ill and often immobile. It's very hard for me to get him to his medical appointments. I've heard of some organizations offering home visits - how do I know if we are eligible and what kind of care is offered?

A: From what you describe, your husband could benefit from a home care physicians service. These services are like the old-school medical house calls.

Comprehensive health maintenance and preventative care and treatments for acute and ...

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About Power of Attorney Documents

Ask the Experts by Mike Kelly

Q: What is a power of attorney and how do I know if I need one for my elderly father?

A: A power of attorney (POA) is a legal document that provides authority from one person, called a Principal, which allows another person to take actions on behalf of that Principal. A POA can be specifically limited to time and scope or it can be very general and be unlimited as to time and scope.

The most commonly used POAs are called Durable Financial Powers of Attorney and ...

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Help with the Stigma of Autism and the Hope of ABA

Ask The Experts by April Ceno and Frank Pinkham

Q: My child is diagnosed with autism. Public outings are challenging as people say rude things or stare. How can I educate people in that moment? I've also heard a lot about therapies/treatments for children with autism, specifically Applied Behavior Analysis. What is ABA and is it a good choice for my child?

A: The stigma families with an autistic child face is common, unfortunately. Often, these situations lead parents to become discouraged ...

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