Centers for Disease Control and Injury Prevention fact sheets on prevention
Which helmet for which activity ? A guide from the Consumer Product Safety Commission
SCORE Program Resources for families and youth coaches
CDC Concussion Education Materials
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration :Bicycle Helmet Laws and injury prevention information
ThinkFirst for Teens
Brain injury prevention messages for teens
Shaken baby syndrome information
Children's Safety Network
i am a 73 year old widow. I can’t live on Social Security. I took care of my Mother and my husband who were both on dialysis till they passed, which took all our savings, then my son came to me for help to go through Cancer for the second time, he passed this last January, then my home was foreclosed an now I am living in my Van. No one wants to hire a woman of my age, even with a BA degree. I want to help others and found a way. I took the first 20 hours at a cost of $300. Of clinical Hypnotherapy, but to go to classes and complete it, will take $7,700 more which I don’t have. This is an approved school by the department of Education, with job placement. This is something I can do to help so many people and I know I can be good at it. This will also help me support myself. I don’t know which scholarships or Grants to apply for, as I was on the deans list in college every semester and was offered a scholastic scholarship to transfer colleges back to Florida my home state. I know I will do well, but I just need some financial help to achieve my goals. Thanks for reading.
Some politicians want stricter enforcement of the law—and more pressure on companies to hire older graduates and reward workers who take study leave. Indeed, the government now gives tax breaks to companies that allow such study. The education ministry supports those efforts and believes that the financial burden on adult learners should be lowered. But it sheepishly admits that not only are there no scholarships for mature students, but the loans system gives preference to students with financial problems, which could be "disadvantageous" for adults with a steady income, says Mr. Takizawa.