Summer 2016 Workshop & Training Catalog Now Available!!!!

Are you looking for a staff development hours?  A way to motivate  your teachers or staff?  Wanting to learn about new subjects or how to address difficult issues?  Look no further...  We may just be … [Read more...]

The Challenge: Good vs. Bad

I (Brandi) am the one who writes the majority of the blog entries.  However, I am wanting to incorporate the opinions, thoughts, and expertise of others in order to broaden our readers thinking and to … [Read more...]

Oh the POWER of the Spoon

This post is a compilation of an earlier post made before we had launched the new website... Many additional scenarios have taken place since the original post so I wanted to update you regarding the … [Read more...]

Social Skills: How to Teach a Child to be Angry (and sin not)

This is the 3rd installment of the Social Skills series. If you have not read the previous two, I would encourage you to do so HERE and HERE. As humans we all experience moments of anger. … [Read more...]

I’ll Love You Forever

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Angry Kids: What Not to Do……..

Angry Kids: What NOT to Do..... 1. Do Not Engage in a Power Struggle: Children who are experiencing high levels of anger are in a fight or flight mode. By continuing to engage with the child you … [Read more...]

Stimming 101: Part 3 What to DO….

Welcome back to part 3 of Stimming 101: What to do... If you have not read Stimming 101 or Stimming 101: Our Experience, the two previous posts on stimming, I would recommend doing so. It will make … [Read more...]

Stimming 101

According to Wikipedia, the new encyclopedia of our day, the definition of stimming is: "Stimming is a repetitive body movement that self-stimulates one or more senses in a regulated manner. In the … [Read more...]