Conversations That Build Self-Esteem for your Child with Autism or ADHD

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We want our children to live healthy, happy lives with strong connections and a positive sense of self. Conversation is a pathway to developing and sustaining a healthy and trusting relationship with your child and for having a positive impact on how they see themselves.

After this class you will be able to:

  • Start conversations that matter
  • Define self-esteem
  • Recognize the importance of self-esteem for children with autism and ADHD
  • Apply practical strategies to strengthen your child’s self-esteem

Course Lessons

We want our children to live healthy, happy lives with strong connections and a positive sense of self. Conversation is a pathway to developing and sustaining a healthy and trusting relationship with your child and for having a positive impact on how they see themselves.

After this class you will be able to:

  • Start conversations that matter
  • Define self-esteem
  • Recognize the importance of self-esteem for children with autism and ADHD
  • Apply practical strategies to strengthen your child’s self-esteem

Class Recording and Handouts

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Does your child seem unmotivated, stressed or just bored when it comes to school?

Do you play homework police instead of connecting positively with your child?

Are you confused about what will really help?

Many parents feel overwhelmed or out of the loop when it comes to their kids’ education. How can you nurture your child’s education and support engagement in learning? This class will help support your child’s learning and motivation in ways that work. You will discover how to advocate in meaningful ways when necessary. 

After this class you will be able to:

  • Recognize and address your child’s progress and needs
  • Partner with your child and, as needed, your child’s teacher to set up successful homework practices
  • Apply simple, practical methods of inspiring your child’s motivation without taking over
  • Identify when and how to contact a teacher about your child’s school challenges

Course Lessons

Does your child seem unmotivated, stressed or just bored when it comes to school?

Do you play homework police instead of connecting positively with your child?

Are you confused about what will really help?

Many parents feel overwhelmed or out of the loop when it comes to their kids’ education. How can you nurture your child’s education and support engagement in learning? This class will help support your child’s learning and motivation in ways that work. You will discover how to advocate in meaningful ways when necessary. 

After this class you will be able to:

  • Recognize and address your child’s progress and needs
  • Partner with your child and, as needed, your child’s teacher to set up successful homework practices
  • Apply simple, practical methods of inspiring your child’s motivation without taking over
  • Identify when and how to contact a teacher about your child’s school challenges

Class Recording and Handouts

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Students, parents, and educators are facing dramatically increased academic loss and a widening of the achievement gap. How can we address the loss and build understanding? Evidence suggest that we start with building empathy. Compassion will help us embrace the academic challenge as a community. In this class we will look at the effects of school absences due to health, behavior, and current events. We will also introduce and review effective strategies to build a strong academic foundation.

After this session, educators will be able to:

  • Recognize the specific concerns related to academic loss
  • Initiate community building toward understanding
  • Apply strategies that will allow you to approach academics with a useful, fresh perspective

Course Lessons

Students, parents, and educators are facing dramatically increased academic loss and a widening of the achievement gap. How can we address the loss and build understanding? Evidence suggest that we start with building empathy. Compassion will help us embrace the academic challenge as a community. In this class we will look at the effects of school absences due to health, behavior, and current events. We will also introduce and review effective strategies to build a strong academic foundation.

After this session, educators will be able to:

  • Recognize the specific concerns related to academic loss
  • Initiate community building toward understanding
  • Apply strategies that will allow you to approach academics with a useful, fresh perspective

CVS Exclusive Class Recording and Handouts

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Does your child seem unmotivated, stressed or just bored when it comes to school?

Do you play homework police instead of connecting positively with your child?

Are you confused about what will really help?

Many parents feel overwhelmed or out of the loop when it comes to their kids’ education. How can you nurture your child’s education and support engagement in learning? This class will help support your child’s learning and motivation in ways that work. You will discover how to advocate in meaningful ways when necessary. 

After this class you will be able to:

  • Recognize and address your child’s progress and needs
  • Partner with your child and, as needed, your child’s teacher to set up successful homework practices
  • Apply simple, practical methods of inspiring your child’s motivation without taking over
  • Identify when and how to contact a teacher about your child’s school challenges

Course Lessons

Does your child seem unmotivated, stressed or just bored when it comes to school?

Do you play homework police instead of connecting positively with your child?

Are you confused about what will really help?

Many parents feel overwhelmed or out of the loop when it comes to their kids’ education. How can you nurture your child’s education and support engagement in learning? This class will help support your child’s learning and motivation in ways that work. You will discover how to advocate in meaningful ways when necessary. 

After this class you will be able to:

  • Recognize and address your child’s progress and needs
  • Partner with your child and, as needed, your child’s teacher to set up successful homework practices
  • Apply simple, practical methods of inspiring your child’s motivation without taking over
  • Identify when and how to contact a teacher about your child’s school challenges

8.24.21 Yum! Brands Class Recording and Handouts

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Are you concerned about what "back to school" will look like this fall?

Worried that your child may be unmotivated, stressed or just bored when it comes to school?

Don't want to spend another year nagging, coaxing and reminding?

Many parents feel concerned or overwhelmed about the start of school this year. How can you nurture your child’s emotional health during this transition while you support engagement in learning? This class will help support your child’s motivation in ways that work while providing compassion and understanding. You will discover how to advocate in meaningful ways when necessary. 

After this class you will be able to:

  • Identify and apply strategies to support your child's emotional well-being
  • Recognize and address your child’s academic progress and needs
  • Partner with your child and, as needed, your child's teacher to set up successful homework practices
  • Apply simple, practical methods of inspiring your child’s motivation without taking over
  • Identify when and how to contact a teacher about your child’s school challenges

Course Lessons

Are you concerned about what “back to school” will look like this fall?

Worried that your child may be unmotivated, stressed or just bored when it comes to school?

Don’t want to spend another year nagging, coaxing and reminding?

Many parents feel concerned or overwhelmed about the start of school this year. How can you nurture your child’s emotional health during this transition while you support engagement in learning? This class will help support your child’s motivation in ways that work while providing compassion and understanding. You will discover how to advocate in meaningful ways when necessary. 

After this class you will be able to:

  • Identify and apply strategies to support your child’s emotional well-being
  • Recognize and address your child’s academic progress and needs
  • Partner with your child and, as needed, your child’s teacher to set up successful homework practices
  • Apply simple, practical methods of inspiring your child’s motivation without taking over
  • Identify when and how to contact a teacher about your child’s school challenges

9.28.21 CVS Class Recording & Handout

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9.17.21 CVS Class Recording & Handout

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Help Your Child to Care More and Do Better in School

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  • Does your child seem uninterested, stressed or just bored when it comes to school? 
  • Do you play homework police instead of connecting positively with your child? 
  • Are you confused about what will really help? 

Many parents feel overwhelmed or out of the loop when it comes to their kids’ school. This class will give you ways to help your child to care more and do better in school. You will learn how to work with your child’s school and to speak up when they need you to. 

After this class you will be able to: 

  • Recognize where your child needs help and how to help them
  • Work with your child and their teacher to stop arguing about homework and get it done
  • Use simple, practical ways of getting your child to care about school without taking over 
  • Know when and how to get in touch with a teacher about your child’s school challenges

Course Lessons

  • Does your child seem uninterested, stressed or just bored when it comes to school? 
  • Do you play homework police instead of connecting positively with your child? 
  • Are you confused about what will really help? 

Many parents feel overwhelmed or out of the loop when it comes to their kids’ school. This class will give you ways to help your child to care more and do better in school. You will learn how to work with your child’s school and to speak up when they need you to. 

After this class you will be able to: 

  • Recognize where your child needs help and how to help them
  • Work with your child and their teacher to stop arguing about homework and get it done
  • Use simple, practical ways of getting your child to care about school without taking over 
  • Know when and how to get in touch with a teacher about your child’s school challenges

Address Academic Loss and Increase Academic Engagement Phase 2

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Back-to-School: Reconnection and Recovery

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How do we build community and approach academics after such a challenging time in education? What have students experienced, what do they need, and how can we begin to capture their attention and engage them in learning? What are practical, effective way to emphasize emotional safety and equity for in-person and hybrid environments. This quick class focuses on how to build and maintain personal connections through our education work with a focus on recovery from a very challenging year. 

After this session, educators will be able to:

  • Identify and apply strategies that resilience
  • Foster community and nurture relationships
  • Contribute toward a common vision for the community
  • Apply approaches to effectively establish and/or re-establish routine

Course Lessons

How do we build community and approach academics after such a challenging time in education? What have students experienced, what do they need, and how can we begin to capture their attention and engage them in learning? What are practical, effective way to emphasize emotional safety and equity for in-person and hybrid environments. This quick class focuses on how to build and maintain personal connections through our education work with a focus on recovery from a very challenging year. 

After this session, educators will be able to:

  • Identify and apply strategies that resilience
  • Foster community and nurture relationships
  • Contribute toward a common vision for the community
  • Apply approaches to effectively establish and/or re-establish routine