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Raising Resilient Young People

Increasing Autonomy Ages 13+ September 24, 2020by: Chad Welch, Community Impact Coordinator – Education Encouraging your young person to develop autonomy, while feeling secure doing so, and at a pace that everyone feels comfortable with, is most definitely a balancing… Continue Reading →

Managing Emotions Ages 6-12

Elementary school kids are still learning to identify emotions, understand why they happen, and how to manage them. As children grow, the things that provoke emotional responses will change. This means the strategies they use to deal with them also… Continue Reading →

Solving Problems Ages 6-12

September 10, 2020by: Chad Welch, Community Impact Coordinator – Education Life can and does throw all sorts of stuff at us. Effective problem-solving skills can mean the difference between being able to cope and keep moving forward, or feeling completely… Continue Reading →

Getting Kids Back to a Sleep Routine for School

August 28, 2020by: Chad Welch, Community Impact Coordinator – Education With back to school upon us; whether that means at home or in the school building, kids’ school sleep schedules need to be addressed. To be successful, they need to… Continue Reading →

Twenty Ways You Can Help Your Children Succeed At School-Part II

As a parent, you are your child’s first and most important teacher. When parents and families are involved in their children’s schools, the children do better and have better feelings about going to school. In fact, many studies show that… Continue Reading →

Back to Basics In & Out of School

August 4, 2020by: Chad Welch, Community Impact Coordinator – Education What if the Kids are Not Back at School in the Fall? Here’s a question that may help focus you: Next year, in 5 years, in 10 years, in 20 years,… Continue Reading →

10 Ways You Can Help Your Child Succeed at School-Part I

August 6, 2020by: Chad Welch, Community Impact Coordinator – Education As a parent, you are your child’s first and most important teacher. When parents and families are involved in their children’s schools, the children do better and have better feelings… Continue Reading →

Parents Supporting Parents

Background For the past several years, the Department of Children and Families (DCF) has been researching active models for promoting family engagement and the value of lived experience in driving system-change. DCF explored many different models and selected Iowa’s Parent… Continue Reading →

Door County Breastfeeding Support Group

Are you a mom or soon-to-be mom interested in connecting with other breastfeeding moms? Do you need practical information about breastfeeding?  Julie Neuchter – WIC Peer Breastfeeding Counselor 920-493-2577 E-mail Julie www.doorcountylatch.blogspot.com Facebook: Door County Breastfeeding Support Group Valerie Boyarski… Continue Reading →

Preventing Summer Slide

“Summer slide” is the tendency for students to lose some of what they learned during the previous school year. … Educational, fun enrichment activities throughout the summer are very important so when they go back to school in the fall… Continue Reading →

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