If you're in high school, you're probably thinking about your future career. If you're interested in dental assisting, you've chosen a good career. Dental assistants are an integral part of any dental office. They work closely with the dentist in providing dental care. Here are four responsibilities you'll have when you enter the dental assisting field. Get Your Patient Comfortable As a dental assistant, your primary responsibility will be to ensure the comfort of your patient.
- In today's highly competitive and varied educational world, choosing the right path for your child can be a challenge for any parent. However, when your child has Down syndrome, you may find the school selection process to be especially overwhelming. When should your child start school, and should you pursue special or integrated education down the road? Fortunately, there are a number of preschool programs that can help your child build confidence and get started on the right path.
- It's gratifying to know there is more to preschool than learning the ABCs. In addition to preparing a child for academic learning, preschool can promote the social and emotional growth of children. At three and four years of age, a child is becoming more independent and learning to interact with his or her own peers. Part of this new stage in a preschooler's life means adapting to new situations, sharing with other children, and learning to communicate and empathize with the feelings of others.
- Many colleges require applicants to complete the ACT exam, and in addition to aiding with admittance, this test is used to determine scholarship eligibility. Students would be wise to take advantage of an ACT tutor to ensure they obtain the highest score possible. Below is a list of four ways an ACT tutor can improve your test scores. Instructing Your Teen One-on-One While there are group ACT prep classes that your teen is welcome to sign up for, these classes don't offer the one-on-one attention that you would get using an ACT tutor.
- If you have young children, one of your largest monthly expenses may be child care. In 2013, the average cost of sending one child to full-time child care was $10,000. This cost can force many parents to choose between working or staying home with their children and can sometimes prevent children from getting adequate, safe child care. However, there are several ways that you can lower your out-of-pocket cost of child care if you struggle to find affordable care in your area.