Four Critical Factors for Positive Organizational Change

2018-12-07T09:47:03-05:00December 7th, 2018|

The announcement came, “We are going to so some organizational restructuring.  With a new Executive Director in place, the Board of Directors and Executive Team feel that it is a timely decision for some operational change.” From the mutterings of “here we go again”, to the moans and groans of [...]

The The Moment of Truth: How to Have a Difficult Conversation and Why It is Absolutely Necessary

2016-12-20T13:02:40-05:00November 18th, 2016|

I did a presentation this week.  I was asked to speak to a group of early years’ professionals on the topic of "how to approach a parent when there is a possibility that their child may have a developmental delay or a specialized learning need."  I was asked to share [...]

Parenting a Child Who Has a Disability: Your Emotional Intelligence and Making Decisions, Strengthening Relationships and Supporting Your Child

2019-02-12T10:18:12-05:00November 3rd, 2016|

Emotions, Emotions Emotions! It’s no secret, parenting or supporting a child who has a disability, is an emotionally charged situation.  While everyone faces adversity at some point in their life, your role as a parent or caregiver, is one of the most challenging experiences a person could face. From the [...]

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