(Courtesy of JFCS) 10. If you are currently between jobs, use that time to learn … something, anything. Employers like to hire thinkers, learners. If you need to brush up on Microsoft Excel or Teams or PowerPoint, there are many FREE resources on YouTube as well as through Microsoft:
As we rapidly approach the end of an unusually difficult year for investors, I would like my final column of 2022 to be on the light-hearted side. To be sure, I have been pleased with how our client portfolios have fared this year in the face of the many macroeconomic and geopolitical headwinds: rising inflation, surging interest rates and
If you’re looking for a place to exercise that offers a customized experience with dedicated trainers, Personal Performance Management (PPM) could be the place for you. Located in the heart of Teaneck on Cedar Lane, the private studio has one goal in mind: helping clients be their best selves.
Sewing, like cooking, is a skill that can give tremendous creative satisfaction in addition to its practical application. Fashion designer Elly Geana-Park is helping children and adults fall in love with sewing at SEWNCUTE, 35 Washington Street, Tenafly. Whether you just want to learn how to make alterations or
(Courtesy of EHS) This past Motzei Shabbat, the East Hill Synagogue (EHS) teen girls had a blast at a Pre-Chanukah Paint Night with Niki Sausen of Paint With Me Inc. Nearly 30 girls enjoyed sufganiyot, hot chocolate, pizza and a fun night out with friends. They all went home with their own paintings of a menorah
Morris Rokowsky and David Borowski are proud to introduce Hidden Gems ABA, an ABA therapy practice providing state-of-the-art services to children and adults between the ages of 12 months to 21 years and their families, who are living with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Deborah Littman loves to teach. For many years she was a teacher in the Los Angeles area, working with kids in Jewish day school and guiding them through the curriculum with a gentle and understanding attitude. She has since retired and moved to New Jersey, but she still has a deep passion for teaching and helping kids learn. As a
The Therapy Gym does it all. The center offers a variety of therapeutic services for local youth including, but not limited to, physical, occupational, speech and behavioral therapy. Helmed by Dr. Elisheva Fuchs, The Therapy Gym recently moved to a new location as part of an expansion.
Jason Blau’s world had come crashing down. Losing his job and ending his marriage were just some of the troubles he was facing. “I felt like it was the result of the high levels of stress and anxiety in my life and the way in which I was reacting and responding to it,” he explained.
(Courtesy of OU) IVDU, a network of Orthodox Union (OU) Yachad schools for those with mild-to-moderate learning, social and developmental delays, is the first special education school in New York state to offer eligible students a DMV-approved driver’s education course.
As of Nov. 2, IVDU offers driver’s ed as part of the career
I was 11 years old, and I was thoroughly embarrassed. A week earlier, one of the counselors had asked me if I would share a Torah thought at an upcoming Shabbos camp meal in front of hundreds of others. I was a pretty confident kid, so I agreed. And then I spent many minutes preparing. When the time arrived, I stood up on the bench and started speaking.