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Staying Sane while Staying Home (with kids)
Jennie & Lynn Owens interview parents from around the world who share their top tips for making the most of staying at home with their kids during the COVID-19 pandemic
When your Kids Won’t Listen: 2 Courageous Steps One Mom Took to Save Herself and Her Family
You have tried everything you know to get your child to listen. You know the choices they are making are sure to hurt them – or someone else. When you are at the end of your rope what is left?
#1 Best Resource to Help your Kids During the Pandemic
Thrive Parenting Week 4 At week four of the Thrive Parenting support group, Licensed Mental Health counselor, adoptive mom, super grandma, and one of our amazing small group leaders, Dena Johnson, lead our large group in thinking about the best resource to help our...
What is my child required to do during school closure
What is my child required to do during school closure?What’s the best way to approach your child’s education during this crisis?
How to Keep Kids Active when you are stuck inside
During the training time of week 2 of the Thrive Parenting Support group, Melissa Porcaro, an occupational therapist from Richland, Washington, led us in a discussion about meeting the sensory, proprioceptive and vestibular needs of kids while stuck inside during the coronavirus stay at home orders.
Bypass the waiting room
If you are meeting in person with one of our providers, lets keep each other safe. To bypass the waiting area at your next appointment send us a text message when you arrive. We will check you in from your car when you arrive in our parking lot. We will let you know...
7 tips for Thriving with Kids at Home During the COVID-19 Pandemic
With school being cancelled all over the US, parents are struggling to figure out how to best help their children. As you navigate this unprecedented situation, here are 7 tips that will help you thrive in your new normal.
5 stages of grief
Noted Swiss-American psychiatrist, Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross (7/8/1926 to 8/24/2004), posited that there are 5 stages of grief that individuals and their loved-ones encounter when diagnosed with a terminal illness: 1. Denial – Shock and disbelief prevail; the x-ray...