Celebrating the End of Summer! Upcoming Matrix Events A New School Year Begins. Learning About Transitions. Upcoming Matrix Trainings, Workshops, and Events. A New Offering is on the way: Parent to Parent (P2P) Make an Impact! Click here to download the August 2017 Express
It is a privilege for our Matrix Parent Advisors to work with dads. Wisdom from Dads. Quotes from Dads to Dads. Upcoming Matrix Trainings, Workshops, and Events. Make an Impact! Click here to download the June Express
Managing Behavior in Uncertain Times Parent Services: Article and resources on managing behavior. Early Years: Article and links with practical tips. Make an Impact. Upcoming Matrix Trainings, Workshops and Events. Click here to view or download. Haga clic aquí para ver o descargar.
Matrix February Express, 2017 We could all use a little more love in our lives in these uncertain times. Valentines Day Challenges Love, Love, Love in the Early Years Upcoming Matrix Trainings, Workshops and Events Make an Impact!
Managing Behavior in Uncertain Times: Practical Tips for Parents Click here to view or download
Cómo manejar el comportamiento en tiempos inciertos: Consejos prácticos para gestionar el comportamiento Haga clic aquí para ver o descargar
Be the example for your child, and focus on managing your stress this holiday season. All is Calm. All is Bright. Really? The Early Years: Holiday Coping Strategies Upcoming Matrix Trainings, Workshops and Events Make an Impact!
Originally posted Posted on December 5, 2012 For kids who have a hard time taking the perspective of others — kids with “social thinking” challenges — coming up with presents for Mom, Grandpa, or a school buddy is a near-Herculean task. After all, a present is a way of saying, “I know you, and when I put myself in your
Originally Posted on December 18, 2012 It should come as no surprise to parents of children with special needs that holidays can add to the stresses already present in our lives. In the book Married With Special Needs Children, some common causes of stress in couples raising children with special needs include: lack of a diagnosis information overload financial issues
Originally posted on December 19, 2012 by Nora Thompson, Executive Director When my daughter Kate (who suffered a brain injury at age 2) was young, we’d go see Santa and take the annual picture. Positioning her on his lap, wiping any drool away, and maybe even getting her to smile meant we had to find the really patient Santa and
Solving the Behavior Puzzle
Practical Tips for Parents En Español Click to View PDF (downloads in English and Spanish):