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Windows 7 for Seniors: For Senior Citizens Who Want to Start Using Computers (Computer Books for Seniors series)
Studio Visual StepsThe ultimate starting point for senior citizens who want to learn how to use a personal computer, this reference guides users through the basics of the Windows 7 operating system with easy-to-read large print and numerous screenshots. Seniors can work through the book at their own pace while sitting at the computer, learning how to write letters and memos, send and receive e-mail, explore the World Wide Web, and customize computer settings. The information is suitable for users with Windows 7, Internet Explorer 8, and Outlook Express.
Internet and E-mail for Seniors with Windows XP: For Senior Citizens Who Want to Start Using the Internet (Computer Books for Seniors series)
Addo StuurWritten for the beginning or intermediate computer user over the age of 50, this large-print guide introduces seniors to the World Wide Web, leads users through the basics of searching and finding information on the Internet, and describes the fundamentals of e-mail management. The world of electronic communication and connecting with other Internet users is described. Details on customizing a web browser, downloading free software suitable for use with Windows XP, and protecting against viruses are included.
How to Open & Operate a Financially Successful Child Care Service: With Companion CD-ROM
Tina MusialBecause parents must work outside the home, there will always be a demand for childcare. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 64 percent of married-couple families, both husband and wife work outside the home. There are nearly 12 million children under the age of five in child care each week in the United States. With concerns about quality child care, the trend is to move away from large operations and turn to the small services located close by work or home. This increase in small day care operations creates a huge opportunity for someone who loves children and wants to create a business dedicated to taking care of them. A child care service makes an ideal home based or part-time business. Start-up costs are low, you do not need an office, you do not need any costly special equipment, all you need to get started is an approved facility and a desire to succeed. Here is the manual you need to be successful in this highly profitable segment of the service industry.
Best Home Businesses for People 50+
Paul Edwards and Sarah EdwardsFor the fastest-growing segment of our population, here is a comprehensive guide to starting and running a home-based business in midlife and retirement. A baby boomer turns fifty every seven seconds, creating what will soon be the largest and most influential senior generation in history. These dynamic seniors have both a desire and a need to continue their working lives past the age when their parents retired. Boomers have been the primary buyers of more than one million self-employment guides by Paul and Sarah Edwards-and they now have the perfect handbook to take them into the second half of life. The Best Home Businesses for People 50+ features seventy comprehensive profiles that show how to select, start, run, and build a home-based business suited to the needs, talents, and ideals of the over-fifty generation. Each business listing-for careers ranging in diversity from Makeup Artist to Tax Preparer to Information Broker-addresses the concerns of boomers and seniors, including: - Businesses that people 50+ can continue working in for 10-15 years. - Businesses that supplement your retirement income. - Businesses adaptable to a wide variety of locations. - Businesses with flexible hours to allow for family, travel, and other priorities. - Businesses suited to a broad range of health and wellness needs. Profiles of successful business owners and a treasury of online and easy-to-access resources round out The Best Home Businesses for People 50+ to create an indispensable resource for this new generation of career-oriented seniors.
How to Start a Home-Based Day-Care Business, 4th (Home-Based Business Series)
Shari SteelsmithThis guide tells readers what it takes to start a home-based day-care business, including information on getting licensed, setting policies, and managing cash flow.
How to Start a Home-Based Day-Care Business, 5th (Home-Based Business Series)
Shari SteelsmithIncluding guidance on both the financial and educational aspects of running a home-based day-care program, Shari Steelsmith's book offers tips for successful business management as well as advice on caring for children. Suggestions for establishing and maintaining a home-based business, communicating effectively with children, and remediating potential problems are also included.
Start Your Own Child-Care Service
Jacquelyn LynnGet Paid to Care for Kids! Do you enjoy working with children? Would you like to help lighten the load on busy moms and dads? With more and more parents needing help to care for their children, the market for child-care services is exploding. Whether you want to start a family-style child-care center in your home, a large center at a commercial site or a niche business like child transportation, this guide can help you get started. Business experts and successful child-care service owners offer valuable information on: Legal and insurance concerns Facility location and setup considerations Security issues How to establish and revise rates Hour and policy considerations Records to obtain from parents Sample forms, updated resources and step-by-step instructions will get you on the road to success.
Kisses from Katie: A Story of Relentless Love and Redemption
Katie J. DavisWhat would cause an eighteen-year-old old senior class president and homecoming queen from Nashville, Tennessee, to disappoint her parents by forgoing college, break her little brother’s heart, lose all but a handful of her friends (because the rest of them think she has gone off the deep end), and break up with the love of her life, all so she could move to Uganda, where she knew only one person but didn’t know any of the language? A passion to make a difference. Katie Davis left over Christmas break her senior year for a short mission trip to Uganda and her life was turned completely inside out. She found herself so moved by the people and children of Uganda that she knew her calling was to return and care for them. She has given up a relatively comfortable life—at a young age—to care for the less fortunate of this world. She was so moved by the need she witnessed, she’s centered her life around meeting that need. Katie, a charismatic and articulate young woman, is in the process of adopting thirteen children in Uganda, and she completely trusts God for daily provision for her and her family. Despite the rough conditions in which Katie lives, she has found a life of service to God to be one of great joy. Katie’s children bring constant delight and help her help others by welcoming whoever comes to their door. As the challenges grow, so does Katie’s faith and her certainty that what she’s doing in Uganda, one person at a time, will have far-reaching rewards. It isn’t the life she planned, but it is the life she loves.To further her reach into the needs of Ugandans, Katie established Amazima Ministries. The ministry matches orphaned children with sponors worldwide. Each sponsor’s $300/year provides schooling, school supplies, three hot meals a day, minor medical care, and spiritual encouragement. Katie expected to have forty children in the program; she had signed up 150 by January 2008; today it sponsors over 400. Another aspect of the ministry is a feeding program created for the displaced Karamojong people—Uganda’s poorest citizens. The program feeds lunch to over 1,200 children Monday-Friday and sends them home with a plate of food; it also offers basic medical care, Bible study, and general health training.Katie Davis is more than fascinating, she’s inspiring, as she has wholeheartedly answered the call to serve.
Family Child Care Record-Keeping Guide: 7th Edition
Tom Copeland JDThe bestselling Family Child Care Record-Keeping Guide, 7th Edition is a must-have for family child care providers. With over 1,000 allowable updated tax deductions indexed alphabetically, this helpful resource has even more valuable information for keeping your business records and saving money on taxes. New sections address the sale of a home and the new IRS ruling that allows family child care providers to use a standard meal allowance rate to claim food expenses.
Complete Horse Care Manual
Colin VogelFrom routine procedures such as clipping, trimming, and shoeing, to more vital subjects such as grazing requirements and nutritional needs, Complete Horse Care Manual is the most authoritative and accessible book on horse care. With more than 650 specially commissioned color photographs and diagrams, Complete Horse Care Manual tells you how to provide regular care and attention for your horse, how to guard against health problems, and when to seek professional medical attention.

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