GED Exam: Get to Know Your High School Equivalency Tests

GED Exam: Get to Know Your High School Equivalency Tests

by Lisa Davis, August 18, 2021

GED stands for General Educational Development and is a four-part test that allows someone to prove their high school academic knowledge. The GED exam and similar high school equivalency tests (HSE tests) are available to American adults 18 and older. In some cases, teens who are 16 and older may … Continue reading

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7 Signs of Anxiety in Small Children

7 Signs of Anxiety in Small Children

by Lisa Davis, July 17, 2021

Words are powerful, but kids don’t always have the right ones to express how they feel. While adults can work through their feelings and use words like anxious and depressed, most children haven’t learned what those terms mean yet. Instead, they might use different phrases (like the predictable “tummy ache” … Continue reading

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How Homeless Teens Can Receive a COVID-19 Vaccine – and Guidelines for Providers

How Homeless Teens Can Receive a COVID-19 Vaccine – and Guidelines for Providers

by Lisa Davis, July 7, 2021

Vaccination rates in the United States continue to climb as more people gain access to the necessary doses. As of July 7, 2021, 158 million Americans are fully vaccinated and 331 million doses have been given. In Florida, 10 million people are fully vaccinated, roughly 47% of the population.  However, … Continue reading

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Why Homeless Teens Can’t Get Jobs

Why Homeless Teens Can’t Get Jobs

by Lisa Davis, June 22, 2021

At Family Resources, we work with teens and young adults who come from different backgrounds. Some are in a state of shock after running away from home or getting kicked out. Others are determined to build themselves up. They want to finish school, find work, and enter adulthood on their … Continue reading

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How Kids Experience Divorce at Different Ages

How Kids Experience Divorce at Different Ages

by Lisa Davis, June 10, 2021

Splitting up with a partner is never easy and it’s a decision very few people make lightly. This process of filing for divorce gets even more complicated when you have kids. How can you be honest about the end of your relationship without exposing your child to trauma or adult … Continue reading

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