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Every summer Grandpa Call made homemade gooseberry ice cream using his kid powered ice cream maker. We looked forward to eating this special treat, which always delighted our palettes. After everything was ready he assigned the task of cranking the kid powered ice cream maker to his grandchildren. The lucky ones got their turn…
2016 Tourette Association National Conference March 10 – 13, 2016 Crystal Gateway Marriott, Arlington, VA March 11, 3:45-5:00 — Family Resiliency Calvert F. Cazier, Helene Walisever Conference Overview The Tourette Association National Conference is the only time when people with Tourette Syndrome & Tic Disorders can come together in a warm, family-like atmosphere to…
When I was a young child my grandfather would pick me up, put me on his knee, bounce me up and down, and sing, “Cross eyed baby on each knee and a wife with a wart on her nose, on her nose, and a wife with a wart on her nose.” I would laugh,…
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Practice resiliency in the midst Covid-19. Ten simple steps for your family to follow.
It’s easy to see the bad, we’re all at risk for catching a virus we know very little about, we’re sheltering in place, social distancing, stockpiling toilet paper, home schooling our kids, wiping away the tears, and calming the tempers and fears (ours and theirs!). We know that it’s hard to cope with these challenges while we step up, make sacrifices, and protect those who are the most vulnerable.
So, here are 10 Steps to parenting with resiliency in these challenging times. There’s no need to read them all at once or try to make a lot of changes overnight. Put this guide where you can reach for it over the next few weeks when you want some inspiration and support.
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