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Cancer advocacy organizations offer many kinds of help and support for people with cancer and their families and friends. Many of these groups focus on helping people with specific types of cancer (e.g., breast cancer, colon cancer, lung cancer, prostate cancer). Some advocacy organizations operate throughout the country, with chapters in most states and many communities. Other groups focus on helping people with cancer in specific communities.


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Announced by President Bush in his 2005 State of the Union Address, the Helping America's Youth initiative, led by Mrs. Bush, encourages Americans to engage in helping young people become healthy and successful adults. This nationwide effort works to raise awareness about the challenges facing youth, particularly at-risk boys, and to motivate caring adults to connect with youth in three key areas: family, school, and community.

Helping Your Child Become a ReaderOther than helping your children to grow up healthy and happy, the most important thing that you can do for them is to help them develop their reading skills. This booklet offers pointers on how to build the language skills of young children, and includes a list of typical language accomplishments for different age groups, suggestions for books, and resources for children with reading problems or learning disabilities. (August 2002) Full booklet PDF (656K)en Español Brochure version PDF (278K)en Español

Helping Your Child Through Early AdolescenceLearning as much as you can about the world of early adolescents is an important step towards helping your child through the fascinating, confusing and wonderful years from ages 10 through 14. Based on the latest research in adolescent development and learning, this booklet addresses questions, provides suggestions and tackles issues that parents of young teens generally find most challenging. (September 2002) Full booklet PDF (2,090K)en Español Brochure version PDF (365K)en Español

Helping Your Child Learn History PDF (2M)The booklet is designed to help families prepare their children to achieve the lifelong task of finding their place in history by helping them learn what shaped the world into which they were born. Employing the latest research, the booklet is largely comprised of activities that can be experienced at home or in the community for children in preschool through grade 5, yet also features information about the basics of history; practical suggestions for how to work with teachers and schools to help children succeed in school; and a list of federal sources, helpful Web sites and suggested books for parents and children. (June 2004)

Featuring delicious bites, locally distilled cocktails, a silent auction and more, this event promises to be an engaging and impactful way to be a neighbor helping our neighbors who need it most.

Objective: To determine the most effective way of helping people with severe mental illness to obtain competitive employment-that is, a job paid at the market rate, and for which anyone can apply.

Offers parents guidance on helping their children after a mass violence event. This fact sheet describes common reactions children may have, how you can help them, and taking care of yourself after an event.

Volume 2 of Helping Traumatized Children Learn: Creating and Advocating for Trauma-Sensitive Schools, safe, supportive learning environments that benefit all children offers a Guide to a process for creating trauma-sensitive schools and a policy agenda to provide the support schools need to achieve this goal. Grounded in theory and practice in schools and with families, the Guide is intended to be a living document that will grow and change as more schools become trauma sensitive and add their ideas. The policy agenda calls for changes in laws, policies, and funding streams to support schools in this work. Together, the online learning community and the book are designed to complement each other, helping to build a growing and increasingly visible trauma-sensitive learning community.

When you fill out the application, we may ask for information about you (the person completing the form), your relationship to the person you are helping to apply, if applicable, and the organization you work for.

But if the person you are helping wants to officially appoint you as the authorized representative to do business with Social Security, you must submit Form SSA-1696-U4 (Appointment of Representative).

If the person you are helping is, or will be, with you and able to sign the completed application, he or she must be the one to sign it (i.e., electronically apply). The application will then be automatically forwarded to us and we will begin processing.

This report is designed to help improve transfer student outcomes by helping institutional leaders and policymakers better understand current outcomes and providing them with metrics for benchmarking their performance. 041b061a72


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