Since opening its doors in 1998, Language Stars has introduced more than 30,000 children to foreign languages with small-group classes and full-immersion activities. Through a selective process, Language Stars recruits ambitious teachers from more than 20 countries who share a common goal of revolutionizing how and when American children learn foreign languages. Parents and Tots Classes are available for children between 1–3 years old, and Kids Only classes are available for children 3–5, 5–8 and 8–10 years old. Absorbent little minds soak up Spanish, Mandarin, French, German, or Arabic with the help of their FunImmersion approach, learning naturally through games, songs, activities and art projects to help kids finally understand their foreign-exchange imaginary friends.
In 1985, drawing from his own struggles with learning to read, Dr. Ken Gibson set out to change the way we learn. After convening with other experts to discuss challenges children were facing in the classroom, he cocreated a cognitive-skills program that eventually became the foundation of the LearningRx centers.
The clinically proven brain-training method, which is used on adults and children alike, consists of specific targeting, one-on-one coaching, and immediate feedback. Using professional cognitive tests, the centers first identify where strengths and weaknesses lie in their clients’ cognitive framework. From there, they are able to tailor mental workouts that help strengthen those areas of the brain and even create new neural pathways. The brain-training method can be beneficial for struggling students, adults wanting to remain competitive in the workplace, and the elderly.
Resume Not Required’s specialists know firsthand the stresses that come from seeking or filling a job. They know the frustration of sending out countless resumes, networking, and receiving little to no feedback from potential employers. To combat these frustrations, they developed Resume Not Required’s agent-like approach to job searching. They act as an invested party for their clients, helping them identify ideal jobs but also showing employers how hiring their client will benefit everyone involved. First, they help clients showcase their skills beyond just drafting up a paper resume, they also teach them how to interact with potential employers. Next, they seek out opportunities that match their client’s skillset, and strive to get them interviews. Finally, if the employer decides to hire the client, Resume Not Required will help negotiate pay and benefits, from health insurance and vision protection to 401K options and access to the company’s rooftop roller coaster.
The hypnosis experts at NoVA Hypnosis and Wellness learned their craft from some of the world's top hypnotists, such as Tom Nicoli and Sheila Granger. One thing they learned? It's a misunderstood art. Widely stereotyped as swinging pendulums and "you are getting very sleepy" pronouncements, hypnosis really involves cultivating intense concentration. In that concentrated state, the goal is for the therapist's suggestions to bypass the patient's conscious mind and penetrate directly into the subconscious. Guided by that process, the team helps clients unleash abilities to tackle struggles, such as stress, chronic pain, body weight or quitting smoking without also quitting inhaling in general.
The registered nurses at Premier Personal Care and CNA Institute don?t just tend to the healthcare needs of the sick. They also care for and educate anyone with a new diagnosis and counsel them in the best ways to manage their conditions. That might mean discussing dietary strategies with someone dealing with diabetes or composing a sonnet about proper inhaler usage for someone with asthma. As a group, they take a holistic approach to care, focusing on the overall wellbeing of each patient from disease prevention to disease treatment.