During a pandemic like this, we are adapting to many changes. One of them is about parenting patterns and how the child's education system has changed. As parents and teachers, we must have a strategy to support the children's learning process both at home and at school. It was a pleasure speaking at the Online Parenting Seminar (SPO), with the JCDC, and presenting a two-part series: "Supporting Parent in Working with Their Children at Home and School (Online) and Preparing Onsite School Later for Children."
Part One: Parenting Online - May 7, 2021
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Part Two: Supporting Parents in Working with Their Children (Online and Offline School) - May 21, 2021
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If you’re raising a strong-willed child, you likely experience so many emotions, daily: you love your kid. You want the world for them. It’s just that their out-of-control behavior can be so overwhelming and frustrating. You simultaneously want to connect with your child and dread your time together. (It’s ok. I promise!)
My friend Sonali Vongchusiri is on a mission to help you reconnect with your child and really understand what’s going on.
For the third year, she’s hosted a FREE online interview series, featuring me and over 20 other experts, Raising Your Strong-Willed Child: How to give up the guilt, step out of overwhelm, and rediscover the joy in parenting.
Monica Osgood has worked with individuals on the autism spectrum and their families for over 30 years. She is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Celebrate the Children (CTC) School in Denville, NJ. Monica is also the Executive Director and a Founding member of the Profectum Foundation and Limitless.