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Supporting Your Adopted Child through Covid-19

Supporting Your Adopted Child through Covid-19

Mental Health Mondays: Supporting Your Adopted Child through Covid-19 by Josie Sawyer, LCSW Executive and Clinical Director Lucy Daniels Center Families all over the world are adjusting to Covid-19, but families of adopted children may face unique challenges, as well...

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Lucy’s Book Club: Bombaloo

Lucy’s Book Club: Bombaloo

Lucy's Book Club Bombaloo by Rachael Vail Summary Sometimes Katie loses her temper and uses her feet and her fists instead of her words. She’s Bombaloo and being Bombaloo can be scary! Katie does not even feel like herself, the girl who is usually happy and as she...

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Lucy’s Book Club – Extra Yarn

Lucy’s Book Club – Extra Yarn

Lucy's Book Club EXTRA YARN by Mac Barnett SUMMARY The Caldecott Award winning book, EXTRA YARN, is a magical story about a young girl by the name of Annabelle who finds a box of yarn. As she uses the yarn to make special gifts for neighbors, pets, teachers, even...

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Balancing Schoolwork and Downtime

Balancing Schoolwork and Downtime

Mental Health Mondays: Balancing Schoolwork and Downtime by: Jennifer Reid Early School Director/In-School Therapeutic Services Coordinator Lucy Daniels Center Many parents are currently feeling the pressure of educating their children and are left wondering just how...

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Lucy’s Book Club – Waiting is Not Easy

Lucy’s Book Club – Waiting is Not Easy

Lucy's Book Club - Waiting is Not Easy by Mo Willems Summary: Gerald and Piggie are best friends.In Waiting Is Not Easy!, Piggie has a surprise for Gerald, but he is going to have to wait and wait, and then wait some more until he can find out what it is. Gerald...

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“I’m Bored”

“I’m Bored”

"I'm Bored" By Jennifer Reid Early School Director/In-School Therapeutic Services Coordinator Lucy Daniels Center During this extended period of time at home, some parents are likely hearing complaints of boredom. Why do some children feel bored while others entertain...

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What Children – and You – Need Most

What Children – and You – Need Most

What Children - and You - Need Most by Jennifer Reid By now, you’ve been inundated with emails, social media posts, and guidance from every corner of the world on how to structure your days with your children at home and become sudden home-school parents. Add to that...

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Balancing Working from Home and At-Home Learning

Balancing Working from Home and At-Home Learning

Balancing Working from Home and At-Home Learning by Jennifer Reid Early School Director/In-School Therapeutic Services Coordinator Lucy Daniels Center Many parents are currently juggling caring for their children with their professional responsibilities, a task that...

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