During a recent discussion with a colleague, I got asked the question of how a three-year-old could understand the complexities of their sibling who was actively dying. The colleague stated they believed that a three-year-old couldn’t grieve.
ACEs, or Adverse Childhood Experiences, are being talked about more and more in schools, clinics, and any other place where kids are being served. Why?
What if you could know more about yourself just using markers and paper?
What if a song could help you to calm down your body when you’re stressed?
What if you could find more control by writing a poem?
All these things are possible.
On the first anniversary of a tragic event that rocked the Sand Point Housing (SPH) campus and our entire community, a bright light shone to honor the life of mother and SPH resident Charleena Lyles.
When kids don’t have ways of managing their emotions, any activity can be difficult and challenging. Art with Heart resources provide kids with tools to help
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