Contact Us Now... 919-677-1400 info@lucydanielscenter.org

Lucy Daniels Center Blog

Transitioning Back To In-Person Learning – Part 2

Transitioning Back To In-Person Learning – Part 2

Over the next couple of weeks, we will be sharing some thoughts about children transitioning back to in-person learning. For many children, it has been almost a year since they were in classroom, and for all children, it has been that same amount of time since school felt “normal.” We asked our teachers and clinicians what they think parents and caregivers should keep in mind as they support children in this transition.

read more
Transitioning Back To In-Person Learning

Transitioning Back To In-Person Learning

Over the next couple of weeks, we will be sharing some thoughts about children transitioning back to in-person learning. For many children, it has been almost a year since they were in classroom, and for all children, it has been that same amount of time since school felt “normal.” We asked our teachers and clinicians what they think parents and caregivers should keep in mind as they support children in this transition.

read more
Secure Attachment Through Adoption

Secure Attachment Through Adoption

Adoption is one way to bring a child into a family. And just like the other ways, it can be joyful, challenging, complicated, or relatively smooth. Of course, there is nothing pathological about adoption, but it can bring with it some complexities that can impact a child in different phases of development.

read more
Moving Beyond “Good Job!”

Moving Beyond “Good Job!”

Children are developing in an emotionally healthy way when they are generally reasonably content and also are able to successfully participate in and also cope with day-to-day routines and activities in age-appropriate ways.

read more
Explaining News to Children

Explaining News to Children

Children are developing in an emotionally healthy way when they are generally reasonably content and also are able to successfully participate in and also cope with day-to-day routines and activities in age-appropriate ways.

read more
Children’s Emotional Wellness

Children’s Emotional Wellness

Children are developing in an emotionally healthy way when they are generally reasonably content and also are able to successfully participate in and also cope with day-to-day routines and activities in age-appropriate ways.

read more
Making the Most of Holiday Gift-Giving

Making the Most of Holiday Gift-Giving

Helping Children as the Winter Holidays Approach 
Even if you are planning on staying home this winter season, the festivities leading up to the winter holidays can bring about many changes and disruptions to a family’s routine. Some children take these changes in stride, while others may need extra support to manage the excitement and anticipation of the season.  

read more
Helping Children as the Winter Holidays Approach

Helping Children as the Winter Holidays Approach

Helping Children as the Winter Holidays Approach 
Even if you are planning on staying home this winter season, the festivities leading up to the winter holidays can bring about many changes and disruptions to a family’s routine. Some children take these changes in stride, while others may need extra support to manage the excitement and anticipation of the season.  

read more
Translate »