Dana Rosenbloom, M.S. Ed., Founder, Dana’s Kids Learn the basics for building emotional intelligence with children (toddlers-10 years old). Identifying and Understanding that emotions come in different sizes Tools for Managing those emotions and building resiliency, and Strategies to Support your child in the process.
Social development and emotional intelligence in children set the foundation for helping them to become well-adjusted adults. But how do kids make friends, how can you encourage toddler emotional development when their moods can flip flop so easily, and how can you help your children manage their big emotions and develop resilience? While it can take some time and repetition, you’ll find the resources you need right here.
Helpful & Hopeful: An Interview with Mansi Vasa, M.S. ED
Mansi Vasa, M.S. ED Learn to build your own, and your child’s, racial literacy in a developmentally appropriate way.
Helpful & Hopeful: An Interview with Rachel Rose, M.S.CCC-SLP, TSSLD
Rachel Rose, M.S.CCC-SLP, TSSLD will discuss strategies for helping your child (2-9 y/o) develop social skills during quarantine.
Helpful & Hopeful: An Interview with Erin Lynch, MS, OTR/L
Erin Lynch, MS, OTR/L, Occupational Therapist Hear from an Occupational Therapist about creating positive learning experiences with food.
Helpful & Hopeful: An Interview with Dana Blumberg, OTR/L
Dana Blumberg, OTR/L, SI Certified will address the question: Is it sensory, behavior, or both? Learn to determine the underlying cause and how to respond.
Helpful & Hopeful: Dana Talks About Big Emotions
Dana Rosenbloom, M.S. Ed., Founder, Dana’s Kids Responding to big emotions and behavioral challenges emerging as a result of COVID and quarantine.
Helpful & Hopeful: An Interview with Dr. Alexandra Barnett Ph.D.
Dr. Alexandra Barnett Ph.D. Dr. Barnett offers tools that promote routine, flexibility, and grounding, and discusses developmental regression you may be seeing. Learn how you can meet your child’s needs to feel a greater sense of connection and control.
3 Strategies to Help Your Child With Worries
Everyone worries from time to time: -Will I know anyone at the party? -How will I find my classroom? -What if I forget what I need? But sometimes worries get too big or come too often and can begin to get in a child’s way. This is when a parent needs to have strategies to help support that child. Here Read More
6 Ways Parents Can Respect Young Children on WhatToExpect.Com
Check out my article on WhatToExpect.com to learn how you can teach your children respect, by showing it to them first. http://www.whattoexpect.com/wom/family-life/6-ways-parents-can-respect-young-children.aspx
Ring Around the Rosie: 5 Ways to Foster Friendship in Your Children
Ring Around the Rosie: 5 Ways to Foster Friendship in Your Children By: Naomi Shaw Friends are one of the biggest joys in life. They are people you can have fun with, count on, and share yourself with. What would the world be without friendship? As a parent, you’re aware of the value of friendship, Read More