E-Learning: How to Advocate for Your Child

Is your child struggling with E-Learning? Is your child getting the support services needed to meet his or her IEP goals? The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives in a variety of unprecedented and unpredictable ways. Our children and schools have taken on an enormous shift in teaching and delivery of instruction and services. Many parents are finding that remote learning can be especially hard for kids with ADHD, anxiety, depression, and other mental health challenges.

Managing Emotions:How to Talk about Feelings so Kids will Talk about Feelings

Learn how to easily teach your child the ABCs of emotions -- a valuable, life-long skill most of us never learned from our parents or teachers. You will learn how to increase your child and family’s emotional intelligence to better manage upset feelings, make family life easier and more fun, and get real tools for the real emotional moments of life.

Mental Health Impact on Kids

Anyone can struggle with emotional, mental, or behavioral health at any time, but it can be difficult to tell the difference between typical behaviors and those that could be signs of concern. How do we know when we should seek help for the mental health of our children, adolescents, and young adults? And when parents and teachers actually do know that a child or teen is struggling with a mental health problem, how do they find the resources and support they need to meet those challenges? Join Randi Silverman in a discussion about how caring adults can use a common language that encourages collaborative and trusting relationships to support the mental health of our youth and families.