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Just In Time Parenting

Just In Time Parenting is a FREE newsletter delivered by email. The newsletter subscriptions are child age specific (0-5 years) and each one contains guides on your child’s development, tips, tools for solving common parenting challenges, and coping strategies for… Continue Reading →

RIDE4KIDS

Recreation for Individuals with Disabilities through Exercise serves children with cognitive, sensory, and physical disabilities. Group programs focus on skill development through recreational activity and play. This program gives children with disabilities a new opportunity to be active after school. RIDE4KIDS… Continue Reading →

GoZen: 8 Ways a Child’s Anxiety Shows up as Something Else

8 Ways A Child’s Anxiety Shows Up as Something Else October 9, 2018 by Renee Jain Icebergs are deceiving because what you see on the surface is usually only a small fraction of what lies below. Observing the behavior of an anxious… Continue Reading →

Social and Emotional Competence

“There’s a lot to learn when you’re a kid. Patience and problem solving. Paying attention. How to make decisions and understand emotions. How to be kind. Children learn lessons like these every day by watching and listening to those around… Continue Reading →

P.A.T.H of Door County

Providing Access to Help for Families with Special Needs or P.A.T.H. is an all volunteer run organization lead by an Executive Committee made up of parents of children with special needs, teachers, health care providers and interested community members.  We… Continue Reading →

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to come to Door County

October 03, 2018 by: Candis Dart Young children in Door County will soon start receiving FREE books in the mail.  The Door County Partnership for Children and Families, a program of United Way of Door County, is working to bring… Continue Reading →

Wisconsin Early Autism Project Inc.

Services provided by WEAP are available in Door County for children age 4 and under. The program focuses on early intervention at an intensive therapeutic level. Services can be provided in the home, at a relatives home or at a… Continue Reading →

Phoenix Behavioral Health Services LLC

Counties where we currently provide in-home autism services Manitowoc – Brown – Kewaunee – Southern Door – Sheboygan – Ozaukee – Portage – Marathon – Wood As a Wisconsin Autism service provider, we work with you and others in the… Continue Reading →

Autism Society of the Lakeshore

The Autism Society of the Lakeshore (ASL) is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization chartered by the Autism Society of America in 1996. The goal of ASL is to assist persons within the autism spectrum, their families and the communities in which… Continue Reading →

Wisconsin Statewide Parent Educators Initiative

HOW CAN WSPEI HELP CONNECT YOU? Creating partnerships between parents and educators for students with disabilities. WSPEI is all about partnerships. Its goal is to help families and school districts find or create the resources that will help them build positive working… Continue Reading →

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