Presented by The Arc of King County: Disability is a form of diversity often left out of equity and social justice conversations. This workshop discusses neurodiversity, and how biases impact our words and the way we treat people with disabilities.
Having compassion for yourself means that you honor and accept your humanness. Things will not always go the way you want them to. You will encounter frustrations, losses will occur, you will make mistakes, bump up against your limitations, fall
Do you have an anxious child? Do you trend anxious yourself? Our hurry up world with its 24/7 news cycle and oceans of information is certainly no help and it can be difficult to know how to successfully offer comfort and
Monthly discussion group for families with children with higher needs/sensitivities. The purpose of the group is to learn from one another, offering support, experiences, and resources, as well as building community and connection. Wherever you are on your journey, ranging from a subtle
Many of today’s white parents were raised at a time when talking about race and racism was not a common practice, so we have little experience to draw from and plenty of questions. What can we do within our homes, communities
Including children in household chores gives them hands-on learning through routine tasks while they share the family workload and learn responsibility. But how can we accomplish this in a way that is both effective and safe? COVID-19 has brought cleaning