YEA! Blog


Creating Better Lives, Brighter Futures & Stronger Families

Who’s YEA

Hi and Welcome to the Youth Education Alliance’s Blog!

Our company takes scientific research on  how the brain is able to  create our reality and uses that knowledge to solve complex academic and social problems.  In this blog, you will get general information in many categories.  From looking at brain anatomy and understanding how to keep it strong and healthy to discussing common parenting and education issues.  Our blog will give you practical solutions that you can start using the second you finish reading!  For more in-depth problems, or to take our unique approach into your lives beyond the blog we also offer a host of services to help you to genuinely create: Better Lives, Brighter Futures and Stronger Families.

We look forward to learning with you!

Thank you for being a part of the YEA! family.

One comment

  1. Comment by John Springer on July 29, 2011 at 3:45 pm

    Greetings!

    I am so glad to see you and YEA making a difference with our youth at Mead Botanical Garden. It is so important to create and provide programs for our youth and to get them outside to see, to feel, to smell, to hear and to experience the world of nature and all it has to offer. Every 1st Sunday and 3rd Saturday of each month, we are conducting our Enchanted Walkabouts at Mead and getting people to see and feel nature through a new set of eyes and heart. Plus we offer the opportunity to learn the stories about selected trees and plants, such as the Monkey Puzzle Tree, the Night Blooming Cercis, the Pine Cone Ginger, the Sycamore, the Giant Bird of Paradise, the Staghorn Fern and others encountered during our walkabouts. What amazed me is the fact that most kids have never climbed a tree, whereas at Mead the Hugging Tree provides the opportunity to climb up onto the branches of a Camphor Tree, just to be able to be in a tree. This tree is great for group photos. Anyway, our next walk at Mead will be on Saturday/August 20th @ 9:00 am (The Sunday/August 07th Walkabout has been cancelled, because of a conflict in scheduling). Hopefully you will be able to join us sometime soon. On the 20th, the Principal of Paragon School will be coming with her kids and other community members. Anyway, Thank You for providing a fun way to learn about Nature.
    Please give me a call or contact me via email sometime soon,

    Always Be In Joy!

    John Springer
    407-704-2320

    http://www.facebook.com/enchantedwalkabout

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