Category: Relationships & Family

Money Management Help for Millennials- Part 1

What do you think of when you hear the word “millennial”?  Most people will roll their eyes and sigh, because millennials are often thought of as the “lost” generation who do not have money management skills.  A 2015… Read More

UF expert offers tips on tending to mental health after a hurricane

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  While residents are cleaning up after Hurricane Irma, and many are still without electricity and clean water, it is not unexpected that some are starting to show symptoms of stress. Heidi Radunovich, a psychologist with the University… Read More

UF/IFAS Extension steps up to feed hungry children, babies

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  Laurie Hurner could hear the children and babies crying in hunger in her sleep. The University of Florida IFAS Extension Highlands County director knew she had to feed children left hungry by Hurricane Irma, so she reached… Read More

Mental health resources for children after a hurricane

Parenting after a natural disaster (UF/IFAS Extension document) Parent handout related to children after disasters Working with children after traumatic events: http://www.cpeip.fsu.edu/storm/StormresourcesFiles/resourceFile_59.pdf http://www.cpeip.fsu.edu/storm/StormresourcesFiles/resourceFile_60.pdf http://www.cpeip.fsu.edu/storm/StormresourcesFiles/resourceFile_64.pdf Children’s book about being afraid Video of a book from LSU to help prepare… Read More

No Handcuffs: Celebrating the Successes of Suwannee County 4-H Youth

Although you saw the Suwannee County Sheriff vehicle Friday night at the Coliseum in Live Oak, there was only good news being shared at the 4-H awards banquet “fiesta”!  This colorful celebration and meal was the culmination of… Read More