In this day and age, a gym franchise is a great business to buy into. That’s because health and fitness goals have become universal among all generations, whether they are to workout three times a week, or to become healthier in general – and if you don’t believe us, ask anyone you know what…

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In this day and age, buying into a gym franchise is a great business decision – and it is a great ethical decision as well, being that it supports the health and wellness of the general population.  There are several things to consider that can add up. Here’s how to buy a gym franchise in…

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Owning a gym franchise is an exciting business, from promoting the health and fitness of your gym members to providing special ways to support the community’s overall well-being. Getting started with, or even doing some restructuring around your gym franchise’s business model to achieve the best possible profit can be difficult. Here’s how much to…

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So, you’ve decided to invest in a gym franchise. Congratulations! Now you might be wondering, how much should you buy into a gym franchise to earn good profit? Whether you are at the beginning of your research, or ready to talk numbers, there are a few key things to keep in mind to make your…

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Special Strong is giving local businesses a platform to share how their services can make a difference for people with special needs. This service provider is Educational Advocates and Consultants, LLC. About Educational Advocates and Consultants, LLC EACLLC provides consultation and advocacy services to parents of students with special needs who are not currently identified by their local…

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If you’ve ever stopped to think about it, then you’ve probably noticed quite a few similarities between ADHD and Autism. We’ve actually written several peripheral topics on the subject already (which we’ll link to at the bottom of this post), but this is worth exploring on its own. It’s important to note, however, that similarities…

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  If you have autism, it can be difficult to help those who are “neurotypical” (NT) understand what you’re going through. On the one hand, you shouldn’t have to explain yourself; society should accept you exactly as you are, without you having to change your behavior. However, society is run by NT people, so it…

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  Organizations, companies, teams, and other groups that work with individuals with special needs often need outside help to achieve their goals. With that in mind, there is no shortage of places to volunteer for special needs. We’ll start this blog by identifying specific organizations and businesses where to volunteer for special needs in Dallas,…

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  People with special needs are often viewed by what they “can’t” do. However, it’s important to note, just because an activity is more difficult for someone than others, that doesn’t mean people with special needs can’t do something. We’ve outlined a few activities and mentioned famous people with special needs who have done them…

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  Talking to children about special needs may seem tricky, but children understand more than we give them credit for. They’re very observant, taking in everything around them, regardless of their cognitive ability. Your child — whether they themselves have special needs or not — may come to you with questions about disabilities, and it’s…

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