These guidelines were created in by a task force of the Young Adult Library Services Association YALSA with feedback from the library community achieved through a public comment period in the fall of At this meeting, the taskforce solicited feedback on the draft. The feedback was carefully considered by the Taskforce; additions and revisions have been made accordingly. This draft document was approved for dissemination via a call for public comments period on Oct. After the public comment period closed, the taskforce reviewed the feedback received and refined the draft guidelines as appropriate. The Teen Spaces Guidelines Taskforce wishes to thank the library community for their contributions to this document.
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At the Y, we want young people to explore their possibilities and think big. Whether teens come to the Y looking to explore their interests, or for support in navigating challenges, the Y is committed to nurturing young people and roots for their success. This program teaches middle school and high school students the importance of a well-balanced strength training program, including proper warm up, strength training, conditioning, and flexibility. Participants will receive a personalized program to follow based on their abilities and goals. Our trainers will provide guidance and assistance to ensure that participants are working out in a safe and efficient manner. Program meets twice a week. For more information, contact Ryan Ohnemus at rohnemus attleboroymca.
Skip to Content. The cost of cancer care may be a concern if you or family member has been diagnosed with cancer. Because bills and debt can add up quickly, people may want to seek financial help soon after being diagnosed with cancer. Oncology social workers , case managers, doctors, and oncology nurses can help or provide referrals to support services and financial resources. Although coping with daily financial responsibilities may sometimes seem overwhelming, it is important not to let bills pile up and go unpaid.
There's a lot to navigate when you're a young adult preparing to leave high school. Beyond the stress of exams and the expectations of family and friends, you face many important decisions. Should you go to university, have a gap year adventure or get a job?