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Holiday Adjustments-Part 1: Location | The Transitional Learning Center's Blog

…As Thanksgiving approaches, it is important to be aware of potential adjustments to holiday celebrations due to a brain injury survivor’s deficits.  Having a brain injury does not stop a survivor from celebrating a holiday but it may put a few wrinkles in the plans.  28 more words

Caregivers

Monday Musings: Countdown to Christmas Sweaters

Maybe I should have titled this, “Counting Christmas Sweaters”. As I looked at my inventory of Christmas sweaters, vests, and t-shirts, I have a total of 26! 136 more words

Community

Halloween

UCDS has many Halloween traditions, such as the Labyrinth (preschool to Kindergarten) parade, Scarolling and the First Floor and Second Floor parties. UCDS has done these Halloween traditions for many, many years. 537 more words

Celebrations

birthdays, halloween, and black cats

I felt slightly spoiled this weekend as I had gone from my pre-college no-birthday-celebrations-ever, to the post-college “IT’S YOUR BIRTHDAY!” craze. There was cake, presents, celebrations, more presents, more food, and just an obscene amount of cuddling with Cameron. 20 more words

Cameron Shenanigans

Celebrating Halloween at Work

Often times, offices like to celebrate holidays and if your office is anything like mine, be ready to celebrate big! Join in on the festivities with your co-workers; just be sure to do so appropriately. 401 more words

A Polished Professional

Christmas Shopping with the Royal Collection Trust

Now, I’m not one of the those people who gleefully updates my Facebook status on December 1st with, “Christmas shopping done, wrapped and under the tree!”, but I love the process of finding unique gifts for my family and friends.   341 more words

Anglophile

FACTOID ABOUT HALLOWEEN

Halloween Celebrations Of Old Come October 31 and we all gather to celebrate All Hallows’ Evening or as we all like to call it, Halloween. Its origin lies in the ancient Celtic festival called Samhain (pronounced as sah-ween) which marked the end of the harvest season. 180 more words

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