National Mobility Awareness Month: Great Ways to Play this Summer!

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Over 18 million people in the US deal with mobility issues on a daily basis. These issues span the entirety of American culture, from veterans to athletes. One of the demographics impacted most by mobility issues are children below the age of 18. While they often have access to the same education and cognitive resources of others… Read more »

Education Desert: How Unstructured Play Can Grow Healthy Kids in Low-Income Areas

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Play is such a vital part of the childhood experience that it seems almost impossible to imagine one without the other. Outdoor exploration, playground adventures, and art are examples of unstructured play that teach problem-solving skills and improve self-esteem. Yet, this type of play is not available to children in all socioeconomic areas. Because of the perceived cost of time… Read more »