Social health involves creating positive and meaningful relationships, utilizing healthy communication skills, maintaining respect toward yourself and others, and creating a healthy support system.
• Ability to relate and connect with other people
• Establishing and maintaining meaningful relationships
• Utilizing healthy communication skills
• Maintaining respect toward yourself and others
• Participating in various social activities
• Creating a healthy support system
Bocce is making a difference at UHS!
Bocce as a Special Olympics sport provides people with special needs the opportunity to have social contact, develop physically and to gain self-confidence. This is the second year UHS has had a unified bocce ball team. Unified Sports combines approximately equal numbers of Special Olympics Athletes and athletes without intellectual disabilities on sports teams for training and competition. Bocce has had a tremendous impact on our students and the community. The progress these students have made and the enjoyment we see on the court is an indication of many great seasons to come! Here's a quick look at how Bocce is making a difference at UHS...
- Cutting the cord on the addictive smartphone - Philadelphia Inquirer
- Mindfulness Matters - Philadelphia Inquirer
- Myth of toxic masculinity - Philadelphia Inquirer
- Teaching kids online safety - Philadelphia Inquirer
- A parent's guide to raising a good digital citizenship
The Internet can be wonderful for kids. They can use it to research school reports, communicate with teachers and other kids, and play interactive games. But online access also comes with risks, like inappropriate content, cyberbullying, and online predators. Parents should be aware of what their kids see and hear on the Internet, who they meet, and what they share about themselves. Talk with your kids, use tools to protect them, and keep an eye on their activities.
Internet Safety Presentation - The Crimes Victims' Center of Chester County
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