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Social Problem issues no more?
Before, my son doesn't want to be with other people and greet anybody. He doesn't want to play with other kids, he doesn't care if someone arrived or is knocking on the door, he doesn't even look at anybody.
Now, he feels happy and excited every time he sees kids at the neighborhood. He always say "Hi!" "Hello!" to everybody. And I mean anybody!!! From the Janitors, Security Guards, Delivery Boys, Construction Workers, kids at playground, vendors, passengers, even the tambays at the corner.
Our problem before was to encourage him to talk to other people, now we tell him not to say Hi and Hello to every one he sees outside our home.
He has improved a lot in his social awareness. He even talks to the vendor by himself without me telling him what to say. I am so proud of him. He is even more sociable than his father.
I hope soon he will understand that saying Hi and Hello is fine but then again it has it's limitations.
McDonalds Kiddie Crew 2013
Hey Kids, if you don't want to stay at home and do nothing this summer, why don't you join the McDonald's Kiddie Crew 2013.
The Kiddie Crew workshop period will be in batches spanning from April 1 to May 30, 2013. Per batch will be asked to go to the restaurant for 5 days, for 2 hours per day.
Registration Fee is only P550 and is inclusive of the following:
Activities will be:
- Values-formation Lecture
- On-floor Restaurant Training
- Song and Dance Sessions
- Art Workshop (Burger Making and Color Your Own Apron)
Meals for the kids will also be served throughout the 5-day workshop:
Day of Workshop Meals 1 Spaghetti with Regular Iced Tea 2 Burger McDo with Regular Iced Tea 3 Cheeseburger with Regular Iced Tea 4 Burger McDo with Regular Iced Tea 5 1-pc Chicken McDo with Regular Iced Tea
To cap off the workshop, all restaurants will have their own graduations for the week’s batches, on the 5th day of the workshops. There will also be a Grand Graduation for all McDo Kiddie Crew program participants at the end of summer.
Kiddie Crew Grand Graduation Schedule:· MANILA - June 1 & 2 | World Trade Center
· BACOLOD – May 11 | SM Bacolod
· CEBU – May 18 | Ayala Center
· DAVAO – May 25 | Abreeza Mall
McDonald’s stores participating for the Kiddie Crew are as follows:
MARIKINA SPORTS CENTER (SUMULONG) TAYTAY CNP MARIKINA SAN MATEO MASINAG C5 METROPOLI SM MARIKINA Q-PLAZA VICTORY PARK N SHOP (VICTORY MALL ANTIPOLO) KARANGALAN COMMONWEALTH E. RODRIGUEZ EVER GOTESCO MINDANAO AVENUE TIERRA PURA JACKMAN WALTERMART MUNOZ VICTORY CENTER MALL ZABARTE WEST FAIRVIEW CONGRESSIONAL AVENUE GRANADA DAGUPAN - RENOV SAN FERNANDO BAYAN BALIWAG PLAZA ANGELES SAN FERNANDO LA UNION URDANETA SM PAMPANGA BALANGA BATAAN CSI LUCAO ALAMINOS OLONGAPO RIZAL MARQUE MALL CSI LA UNION WALTERMART GAPAN SM CITY CLARK CSI SAN CARLOS OLONGAPO-GAPAN ROAD OLONGAPO MAGSAYSAY LAKESHORE CSI BAYAMBANG MCARTHUR'S FIELD SM CITY BALIWAG SM CARMEN ROSALES NEPO ANGELES PNB LA UNION HARBOR PT. AYALA CABANATUAN BURGOS SUBIC BAY RIZAL BAGUIO SESSION MEYCAUAYAN VALENZUELA SOUTH BAGUIO CENTERMALL PETRON BALAGTAS (NORTH) SUNSHINE MALL-BAGUIO VIGAN SANTIAGO ISABELA TUGUEGARAO LA TRINIDAD SM BAGUIO SM MARILAO SM VALENZUELA SOLANO BAGUIO INSULAR CITY HALL NORTH STAR MALL ILAGAN ISABELA BONIFACIO BAGUIO PUREGOLD PASO DE BLAS SUPIMA XENTRO MALL SANTIAGO ROXAS BOULEVARD BACLARAN TAFT THE PASEO CENTER FORBES TOWN CENTER MARKET-MARKET SHELL MACAPAGAL JAKA SM MOA GISELLE PLAZA AYALA MADRIGAL MCKINLEY E-COM ONE CYBERZONE TWO NEWPORT PIAZZA NEWPORT MALL REMINGTON VITO CRUZ BENILDE DONADA LA SALLE AURORA ANONAS PASIG 2 PLAZA MARKETPLACE GUADALUPE - RENOV ROB. PLACE PIONEER SUPER 8 UPLB VEGA MALL BATANGAS CITY WALTERMART CALAMBA LUCENA-QUEZON AVENUE STA. CRUZ LAGUNA BAUAN PACIFIC MALL-LUCENA SM LUCENA SM CITY BATANGAS SM STA. ROSA CALTEX HUB DARAGA SM NAGA WALTERMART TANAUAN BURGOS - BATANGAS SM CALAMBA PACIFIC MALL LEGASPI NAGA MAGSAYSAY CALAMBA HALANG / HiWay METROPOLIS RFC MOLINO TANZA GENERAL TRIAS SM DASMARINAS CALTEX SLEX (MAMPLASAN) IMUS CAVITE SM MUNTINLUPA CASIMIRO SM ROSARIO NUENO BINAKAYAN IMUS AYALA MORAYTA MASANGKAY KP TOWER BACLARAN ROTONDA HARRISON PLAZA MENDIOLA LA CONSOLACION SM SAN LAZARO BINONDO 168 MALL SM STA MESA BUSTILLOS STA. ANA TAGUM ILIGAN COTABATO SM CDO XAVIER CDO SAN MIGUEL ILIGAN ATRIUM ILO-ILO MARYMART TACLOBAN BOHOL SM ILO-ILO DUMAGUETE 1 DUMAGUETE 2 BUTUAN OZAMIS LA PURISIMA PAGADIAN DOWNTOWN BUTUAN MACTAN NEW TOWN CEBU SURIGAO
Caroline's Cart should be in Philippine's Supermarket
I saw the Caroline's Cart in one of the FB page I am following. I thought that it would be great to have something like this here in the Philippines.
Caroline's Cart was invented by a stay-at-home Mom from Alabaster, Alabama who found it hard to bring her daughter who has physical needs with her when shopping.
According to Caroline's Mom - Drew Ann Long "When Caroline was small, I was able to use the shopping carts that retailers provided. As she grew older and bigger, it was clear that I would soon have to find another option because she would no longer fit in the cart. When I needed to shop, I felt a sense of frustration due to my limited options. Pushing both Caroline in a wheelchair and a grocery cart at the same time was not feasible. I would have to find a sitter for Caroline, bring someone with me to push her wheelchair, or take her shopping with me and only purchase what I could carry while pushing her wheelchair. Eventually, my frustration turned to innovation. I made up my mind that Caroline and other kids with special needs deserved the same opportunity as other children – a specialized shopping cart that would enable them to more easily participate with their families in the shopping experience."
That is the reason why she decided to invent a shopping cart that cater to kids with special needs. It has a special front-facing seat (with a safety belt) that is reclined at a 12-degree angle for people with low muscle tone, a brake to lock the cart and a loading/unloading mechanism.
Even adult can seat on the cart because it can carry at least 250 pounds. The handles swing open to allow the parent or caregiver to load and unload the passenger safely.
Because of the Caroline's Cart, kids and adult with special needs can now come with their parents/guardian when they are doing the grocery shopping (which can help them see the world more). It will also save you from hiring someone to push the wheelchair if you can't let your child stay at home.
This invention is a big help to kids with special needs and to their parents. I hope that it will be able in the Philippines soon.
Water Pollution Problem in Asia Today
With the theme “Building Inclusive Economies, Building a Better World”, the recent Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit held in Manila, not only gathered 21 heads of state of member countries to formulate policy initiatives and recommendations towards improving economic conditions, but also to discuss environmental issues such as water pollution that threaten and hinder inclusive […]
What’s New? CBTL Light and Sweet Vanilla Almond drinks
There is a new coffee flavor in town. Introducing the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf Vanilla Almond flavor in latte and ice blended beverage. If you’re a swirl card holder, I hope that you got to try this for FREE yesterday. I got an invite to try this first last Friday at their branch in […]
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Watch 2nd Avenue: In Her Shoes
Last December 15, 2nd Avenue had a Press Launch of “In Her Shoes” hosted by China Cojuangco. In Her Shoes is a 30-minute lifestyle magazine show that steps into the different lives of 2nd Avenue women as it takes a sneak peek into the different interests and cliques of different archetypes of women—from bloggers, artsy types, […]
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