Self Regulation: Strategies for Kids and Teens

Self regulation is our ability to manage our thoughts, feelings, and emotions in order to complete important activities. It involves how we respond and adapt to things that are stressful in our social, physical, or bodily environment. Everybody can have moments where we feel intense emotions or want to react right away.

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School Transitions: Considerations in Uncertain Times

During the COVID-19 pandemic, students have had to go through multiple transitions - from in- person class to remote learning and vice versa, transitioning from elementary school to middle school or middle school to high school, and perhaps transitions in caregiver availability. These transitions have been very challenging for everyone, and remote learning has impacted the learning experience for many students.

Teen Resource for Distance Learning

While some schools are returning to in-person classes, or have already done so, others are staying online. If you are a virtual student, consider some of the tips below to continue being successful in your studies, while also taking care of yourself!

Parent Resource for Distance Learning

While some schools are returning to in-person classes, or have already done so, others are staying online. If your child is still doing school virtually, consider some of the tips below to continue helping them be successful in their studies, while also maintaining their overall wellbeing.

Assistive Technology

Assistive technology is a common recommendation following psychoeducational assessment for learning disabilities and many other learning challenges. Despite how commonly it is recommended, however, it can be confusing for both parents and students to understand its purpose and how it might support students in the classroom. There are also some misconceptions about assistive technology. This post will hopefully help you decide if technology can help your child succeed!

By |2020-11-20T20:26:34-05:00March 10th, 2020|Children, Mental Health|0 Comments