Kathleen Negri, attorney and author of Mom, Are You There? Finding a Path to Peace Through Alzheimer's will teach participants about the connection between thoughts, feelings, and outcomes in caregiving situations, how to identify negative thoughts that are generating negative emotional responses and outcomes, techniques for replacing old thoughts with new thoughts that are more realistic, adaptive, and supportive, and provide an opportunity to practice new thinking skills.
Do you find yourself constantly asking people what they're reading so that you can get ideas for yourself? Do you love talking with others about books, poems, and essays? We'll chat about what we're reading and maybe even read aloud for a bit. Just sit and listen--or share.
You will learn how to power the computer on and off, use a mouse, highlight and select, minimize and maximize your screen, perform basic word processing, work with Microsoft Word documents, use tool bars to change font, text size and color, cut and paste, save documents, navigate the Internet, create an email account, and much more. After the class, you can stay for open lab, where you can practice what you have just learned. Classes are free and no registration is required.
DPL- GVR Branch and Office of Economic Development/Workforce Development are offering an Interview Skills class to help increase employability. This class is designed to help customers improve interviewing techniques and market themselves effectively to employers. Customers will develop a customized 30 second commercial for job search interviews. Materials and classes are provided at no charge to customers by WFC. Classes are taught by a WFC professional. October 26, 10-4. GVR Meeting Room 4856 Andes Ct.
Whether you are shopping for a gift or just getting a new gadget for yourself, you need to know which device is right for you. Come in with questions or just listen, as we talk about the pros and cons of different eReaders, tablets and smartphones.
In a provocative article that appeared in Foreign Policy in 2010, a widely read publication read amongst the foreign policy and diplomatic communities, preeminent historian Walter Russell Mead asserted in a piece entitled, “The Carter Syndrome,” that President Obama would suffer from an inability to reconcile his inner Thomas Jeffersonian tendencies with his Woodrow Wilson tendencies and end up like former President Jimmy Carter, a one-term president because of a schizophrenic foreign policy agenda.