As we practicing social distancing, our hope is to provide you with resources and virtual community during this time. Our support groups are postponed until further notice. Below you will find resources, suggested kids’ activities and reflection tools utilized by the support groups.
March 20, 2020
“The Lord is a refuge for the oppressed, a stronghold in times of trouble.” Psalm 9:9-10
Our hearts go out the families impacted by the COVID-19 virus worldwide. We are aware of the impact that this is having on your household. With the schools being closed, your household may now be experiencing additional dysregulation and a loss of routine. Please understand that Help One Child is still here for you. We believe now more than ever there is a need for community and encouragement. In an attempt to support our network through the means that we have, we will be sending bi-monthly emails with additional resources for your family.
Do you have a child who is sensory challenged or has special needs? Read on for the top 10 toys and games for children with special needs. You may already have some of these items at home!
Check out the Berry’s free online book: The Weary Parent’s Guide to Escaping Exhaustion: A Realistic 9 Day Plan to Finally Get the Rest You Need. The Berry’s also offered podcasts and blogs if you’re needing some ideas and support with your foster, adoptive or kinship children.
Thinking about therapy for your family? Here is a wonderful resource on finding and working with adoption competent therapists.
March 20, 2020
We are adapting the support group model and providing individual resources for you and your partner or household to read and apply throughout the week. Read the following article: Relationships Start With Relating. So Does Learning by David Durovy. Then, download the Individual Reflection Page and fill out accordingly.
These resource will also be sent in an email bimonthly. If you would like to recieve new resources via email please join the mailing list.