In recognition of National Parent Leadership Month by: Katie Conklin, LPC, Program Director Recently I attended an initial IEP (Individual Education Plan) meeting where mom walked into the room, pulled out a framed picture of her beautiful, smiling little boy
This is an invite-only private event. If you are interested in attending and have not received an invitation, please contact Gary Koenig at (773) 423-5055. Tuesday’s Child Staff and Board are excited about this opportunity to host a select number
Coming up with fresh, fun activities to burn excess energy and get away from the television may seem like a chore – so here are some ideas to help: Indoor Play Spaces Indoor play areas like Pump It Up and
Tuesday’s Child is raising money through Mabel’s Labels! Purchase labels through our fundraising portal and 20% of your order will come to Tuesday’s Child! Preparing your child for summer camp or back to school has never been easier. Reduce the
by: Brandon M. Combs One of the most insightful things I learned in university about divorce was that it – in and of itself – is not dangerous or damaging to a child, but how we interact with and in
Join Tuesday’s Child for a casual and free Meet & Greet Breakfast for you and your family. Catch up and be served breakfast by your favorite Tuesday’s Child staff members. Meet other Tuesday’s Child families that have completed the program.
Donate Now > Dear Friends, “I now feel that I have a better understanding of my child and how to not only deal with her behavior, but help her to make better choices.” – Lynnel and Wayne Rosier Families like
Elizabeth returns to Tuesday’s Child to help her son.
Mike has returned to Tuesday’s Child after 25 years. He first found success in the program with his son and came back with this grandson to help his family ensure they were setting them up for success.
Excessive child discipline disturbs bystanders By Lisa Black, Tribune reporter I stood frozen in a parking lot one day as a middle-aged woman screamed at a child she was extracting from a car seat. She used expletives. She called names.