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Confrontation is one of the most terrifying aspects of our human existence. Many in today's society if pressured would say that they hate confrontation. What causes people to draw back from confronting issues in their lives that need to be addressed? Join us as we look to find the answer to this concerning dilema. For more information about this ministry or to become a monthly financial supporter, visit our website at kogwoc.org for more details.
It can often be difficult for kids with autism to function in the classroom. Teachers have so many kids with a variety of needs, so it can be difficult to provide for all student needs. Parents want what’s best for their children and often get frustrated when their child’s needs are not being met. As a teacher how do you meet all the needs of your students? What can parents do to make sure their kids are learning at an appropriate level and getting all the services they require?
Join the teachers of the Access Possibilities School as they share stories of success with children who have autism. The teachers have a very different point of view about the “disability” of autism. They will show you how looking at autism from a different perspective, along with the use of other simple tools, can create change beyond what you may have thought possible. And, when the kids have success there is a ripple effect for other students, teachers, and parents.
What are "The Black Eyed Children" or "Black Eyed Kids"? Stories from around the US and around the world of mysterious children with completely black eyes approaching people wanting one thing... to come in... into your homes and even your cars. Find out more and share your stories TONIGHT on The Fanboys Cafe MONSTERCAST Podcast!
On this episode of the WDW Fan Zone BlogCast the gang gets together to discuss when and what we have or will allow our kids to do without us at Walt Disney World. We invite you to join the discussion with Stuart Sternberg, Lottie Ferguson, darlene Nagi, and Kurt.
In this episdoe of Pot Talk Radio we share The Story of Jessica Parks ~ Cannabis Raids & Kids. Learn more about cannabis raids and why? How the children are effected. Remember, No-one belongs in jail for a plant.
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Join us for a special episode of LearnMeScience Kids! We will talk to bright young minds, fresh off of their science fair wins. We will discuss how they came up the ideas for their award-winning projects, how they constructed their hypothosis and experiments and ulitimately what were their results. This will be a fun, interactive epidsode shining light on some of our future scientists. We will be going live Thursday March 24th at 9 PM MST.
Experts say it is very difficult and takes a long time to get through trauma. There is a process that one must go through to get beyond the trauma and often children are burdened with it for the rest of their lives.
What if there is another possibility? What if there is a way to eliminate the effects of the trauma in a faster, easier way? What if there is so much more available beyond the trauma that has not been considered?
Join child and play therapist, Anne Maxwell in a discussion about kids and trauma.
Anne is a psychotherapist, trained as an LSCW, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and as an RPT-S, a Registered Play Therapist – Supervisor. She is an international speaker, bestselling author, child and family therapist, and facilitator of change. She is known as the “Play Lady” by many of the children with whom she works, and as the “Kid Whisperer” by some of her colleagues.
The results of her approach have been magical, phenomenal, amazing! Healing and change are so much easier, more effective, more fun and faster!
In addition to her therapy practice, she is the Executive Director of the Access Possibilities School, www.accesspossibilitiesschool.com, which opened in September 2015. Access Possibilities School is a private, online, global school for students from kindergarten through high school.
She co-authored, with Gary Douglas and Dr. Dain Heer, the co-creators of Access Consciousness®, the international best selling book, Would You Teach a Fish to Climb a Tree?
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Friday, April 8, 2016 is International Kids Yoga Day: an opportunity to bring together a passionate and caring community dedicated to improving the physical, mental and emotional health of today's youth.
We'll chat with founder Teresa Power about this unique event, it's goals and how you can get involved and support the movement. Join with ambassadors from 18 countries, 45 US States and more than 21,000 kids during this first ever annual event.
Mark your calendar for 11:00 am April 8th and enjoy a 5-Minute-a-Day practice that will bring health, vitality and joy into your life and instill healthy habits in our children.
There are so many beliefs and view points about children with autism and so many methods and techniques that are suggested by specialists. Parents and teachers just want to do what is best for the child yet the choices can be confusing. How do you know what techniques to use with your child? What will work? How do you avoid upsets and change behaviors?
Join the APS teachers along with our guest Trina Rice, Occupational Therapist, MBE., CFMW. Trina will share her insights into working with children with autism and techniques she uses to provide more ease for kids, parents, and teachers.
Trina Rice, OTR/L, MBE., CFMW is the owner of Harmony Therapeutics, LLC. She has over 18 years of experience as an Occupational Therapist working with kids of all ages, including adults and families of all kinds. She is known to have a great connection with children particularly those with special abilities. She has the ability to see kids and adults for the amazing capacities they have, beyond any limitations, disabilities, diagnosis or labels. She blends traditional Occupational Therapy training with manual therapy techniques, including Craniosacral Therapy, Myofascial Release, massage and Access Consciousness tools and processes......with a splash of fun added. Trina brings allowance and play into her work, along with self-discovery and gentleness. Trina has a Masters degree in Bio-Energetics and is an Access Consciousness® Certified Facilitator and Access Consciousness Body Process Facilitator, along with several certifications in other body work practices.
The Fourth Branch with Debbie Carroll: Kids in Residential Treatment, Thursday, April 21, 2016, at 6-8 p.m. Pacific, 7-9 p.m. Mountain, 8-10 p.m. Central, and 9-11 p.m. Eastern. Join us tonight with Thomas Schaffnit, a psychiatric/pediatric nurse for forty years, as we explore the conditions inside Colorado Department of Human Services pediatric residential treatment centers. Learn about these quasi-governmental, private hospitals where children who are disabled and/or mentally ill reside in out-of-home placements. Mr. Schaffnit will discuss the approaches to treatment and incidence of drugging. He will also present his perspective as a medical employee on interactions with children and on working conditions. Online at Permalink: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/truthemerges/2016/04/22/the-fourth-branch-kids-in-residential-treatment OR call our GUEST LINE (347)855-8301. Press 1 if you want to join in the conversation.
Child abuse, maltreatment and neglect in residential programs for teens are widespread
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