Skype online for adults
The results of the study, to be published soon in the The Journal of Medical Internet Research, confirm what some of us already have experienced: Using the Internet can connect us with the people we care about and increase our ability to meet new people – all of which, of course, makes us feel less isolated and lonely.Today’s web offers more and more ways to connect to the world. You may have tried a few of them already; next time you’re stuck in the house – you’re under the weather; there’s bad weather; or you just can’t find something to do/someone to do it with – try these loneliness-busters.
Sign up for a network, connect with friends (you might even discover some old friends) and enjoy the results. Even when you study online, you’re part of a community, and coursework can connect you to students of all ages who share your interests.Online Vietnamese Classes for Beginners: Via Skype for Adults & High School Students.Example lessons include: - Vietnamese consonants - Single vowels - Vietnamese Tones system - Personal pronouns & Hello, Goodbye - Name & nationality - What is your job? We find that online therapy works well for adults who can sit in front of a computer or laptop and answer questions about their needs.Equally adults can have a carer or partner present to help answer any questions.Email: You may perhaps be someone of Vietnamese descent, someone who simply has an interest in Vietnamese culture, or someone who would like to travel to Vietnam on vacation.
We would love to learn of your interest in the Vietnamese language, and help you to create a study plan that matches your needs and schedule.
Can’t find a therapist in your local area, don’t want to travel too far or you feel more comfortable talking in the comfort of your own home?
Online therapy from Integrated Treatment Services provides high quality, personalised therapy to adults and children at home – at lower cost than a face-to-face therapy session.
Children too are excited to see the therapist on the computer and some children will happily sit and respond to therapy materials that the therapist shows them.
Kids are interested in technology and so online therapy can really capture their interest, without it feeling like work!
Don’t worry if you’re homebound: Plenty of groups need callers or envelope stuffers.