This past year has brought up so many emotions in our children… anxiety, fear, and frustration, to name a few. Hospital visits among children for this very reason are at a frightening, all-time high.
Navigating special education during the pandemic has been challenging for everyone. As we continue the transition to in-person learning, this Lunch & Learn will focus on the Individualized Education Plan.
Join our expert guest Erica Curtis, a Marriage and Family Therapist and board-certified Art Therapist who specializes in instruction and curriculum development at UCLArts & Healing (uclartsandhealing.org). Our theme is “Helping Your Child Manage Stress Through Creativity During Challenging Times.”
Explore how music therapy, adaptive movement, and playful language prompts can help you and your children play, learn, and thrive at home!
As we look out today at our ever-growing divided world, we realize how powerful the mission of inclusion is for our children. Inclusion creates an invaluable opportunity to see beyond our differences, to begin to discover how many similarities we share.
Our partners from Too Small to Fail provide guidance in creating a playful home learning environment to support early childhood literacy for kids of ALL abilities.
Kids can spend hours playing with sand. As summer begins, it’s important to get kids outdoors. So, give them sand to dig, pour, sift, scoop and use their imagination. Sand play provides a great sensory opportunity for tactile learning. And it’s fun!
We have all been social distancing for months now, but children with disabilities experience this on a regular basis. So, as we start seeing friends again, we encourage you to include children with special needs. Being included will mean so much to them!
Join our experts from Breathe For Change and gain easy tips and tools to enhance your well-being and provide social and emotional learning strategies for your children of all abilities.
A child’s way of learning is in the form of play. It may look different with every child, but all children encounter the opportunity for motor and sensory development! Kids are often activating a bundle of skills just by using their sense of space and body.