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Join Dr. O with her special guest from Gabriel's Angels.
It’s important to treat children with respect. Be supportive of children within established boundaries. Children who feel supported develop a strong sense of self-worth, and in order to respect others, we must first respect ourselves. Children build their sense of self-respect from interactions with others. Let children know that their words and feelings are important by focusing on them and listening when they have something to say.
Gabriel’s Angels’ Therapy teams model respectful behaviors by being kind, reinforcing positive behaviors, and ensuring the children they visit are made to feel special and valued—this facilitates the children's ability to respect themselves and to learn to respect others.
Extensive research has gone into high achievers, with the end result being more linked to discipline, drive and dedication than to innate talent. Many kids get easily frustrated at a very young age and after a few failed attempts at say, tying their shoe, they give up, cry, and request a Velcro pair. While temperament will always play a role, all children can be taught to push themselves beyond what they believed achievable. How you can raise your children to be winners.
Mary E., welcomes CarrieSpitler, Executive Director of Snow City Arts to discuss the impact that Snow City Arts is having to improve the overall well-being of the children served by local children's hospitals. Sadia Uqaili Chief Program Officer will also be joining us to celebrate the upcoming event NOISE scheduled for September 12. Snow City Arts is preparing for its Snow City Arts Gallery Night 2014: Noise – A Day Without Laughter Is a Day Wasted Gallery Night benefit on Friday, September 12 at the Zhou B. Art Center in Chicago. At Gallery Night 2014, SCA is proud to announce, the Chicago Blackhawks will accept this year’s Neisser Award in honor of their commitment to arts education for children and youth in hospitals through financial support and unique joint programming with Snow City Arts.
Snow City Arts provides one-on-one instruction in the arts, multiple mediums, music, film-making to patients at Rush Children’s Hospital, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County, and Children’s Hospital University of Illinois. Snow City Arts augments those services in each hospital we serve by addressing a child’s developmental and educational needs through the arts. Our teaching artists typically work with an individual child at his or her bedside.
Helping Hands Press “THIRSTY THURSDAY” Party!
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