Living With Down Syndrome: A Personal Story

Down syndrome is viewed by many as a disability, and therefore those who are born with it may automatically be assumed to be dependent, and unable to live a so-called “typical” life. If your child or relative is living with Down syndrome, Homewatch CareGivers encourages you to foster independence — because it’s likely they’re capable of almost everything anyone else is. With the proper developmental, educational and lifestyle support, your loved one — and those who care for them — can lead a fulfilling life. Addressing Health & Lifestyle Challenges Trisomy 21, or Down syndrome, occurs when a baby is born with three copies of chromosome 21, instead of two. The extra chromosome results in a range of physical characteristics and developmental differences — all of which are widely variable from person to person. According to the Mile High Down Syndrome Association, one out of every 733 live births will Read More …

Comparing Civilizations

Mesopotamian, Ancient Egyptian, Hellenistic Greek, and Roman were great civilizations that enormously influenced the following development of the world. Each civilization contributed a large amount of it’s achievements to the overall progress of the world. However, I think that Hellenistic Greek was the most important out of the chosen civilizations to impact the world. Hellenistic Greek was the culmination of the advancement of the ancient world. By using the following comparison of these civilizations I will try to prove my point of view of Hellenistic Greek being the greatest. Mesopotamian is one of the oldest civilizations in the world. It is very interesting that Mesopotamians had a started some sort of democracy. They solved all the rising questions and problems by public assemblies and voting. They used debates to have pros and cons presented and then decided about the following actions or solutions. However, their class structure was sharply divided. Read More …

The Study of the Language Embodying and Transmitting Folklore: an Endeavour to Reveal Its Relevance to Sociolinguistics

Introduction The general studies of the varied aspects of social life that interest us to a substantial extent include folkloristics, sociolinguistics, sociology, social and cultural anthropology, ethnology and ethnography. Though these studies are known and established as different subjects of learning or disciplines, it is not always possible to make a clear distinction between them. They are even found to be overlapping and inter-dependent in many respects. This factor encourages the present writer to examine how the subject-matter and/or medium of one social science can contribute to the study of another social science. For the convenience of the current investigation, the researcher has narrowed down the area and zeroed in on folklore and sociolinguistics. That is, the present paper purports to be an endeavour to investigate and ascertain the relevance of the study of the language of folklore to sociolinguistics since folklore is embodied and composed in, and manifested and Read More …

MBAChase: Proprietary Spider Success Plotter B-school Profile Evaluator

MBAchase has collaborated with veteran Admission consultants and B-school graduates to create a proprietary Spider Success Plot that visually depicts your B-School relevant profile. The spider plot profile helps candidate ‘clearly’ see their strengths and weaknesses with respect to important B-school admission parameters. The Spider Success Plotter is a free service provided by MBAchase to B-school aspirants. Some of the parameters of the Spider Success Plotter are: Academic Qualification International Experience Diversity Leadership Other factors highly correlated to successful admission profiles The Spider Success Plotter processes information provided by the candidate via submissions on the MBAchase.com website. The information is analyzed in depth and a value is firmed up for more than three dozen internal success parameters. The proprietary software provides a spider plot output based on quantitative values and weightage / importance of the responses. The final result is displayed alongside 7 most important success parameters through a visual Read More …