Learning Shapes and Colors through Art

By: Rebecca Michelsen, M.Ed., MCHES, Manager of Community Outreach & Family Programs Crafting with your kids is a great way to spend quality time together and introduce skills they will learn in kindergarten. It can also help you as a parent recognize if your child is hitting the developmental milestones. One common milestone that comes …

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How Parents Can Teach Peer Sensitivity at Home

Many schools are open and very accepting when it comes to helping their students learn about their peers with special needs. Peer Sensitivity programming in schools is a great way to explain about disabilities and open the floor to let students ask questions in a comfortable and understanding environment. When children learn about disabilities in …

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