Resources

Resources

Selective Mutism Group

 -Traumatic loss: Guidelines for Parents, Educators & Youth: http://ubhc.rutgers.edu/tlc/guidelines/index.html 

 - Morris Psychological Services: Social Skills groups for ages 5-17, parent workshops: http://www.morrispsych.com/treatment-2/child-adolescent-services/

- BYou Magazine for girlshttps://www.byoumagazine.com/

 - Dinner Conversation Starters: http://www.realsimple.com/work-life/family/conversation-starters

 - Anxiety BC: A helpful website for parents with children suffering with Anxiety:  http://www.anxietybc.com/parent/index.php 

 - Positive Discipline: http://www.positivediscipline.com/

- Better Parenting: Parenting advice, tips & stories from real parents around the globe:http://www.betterparenting.com

- Empowering Parents: Managing behavior concerns: http://www.empoweringparents.com/child-behavior-problems/

- Parent to Parent: A statewide network of parents supporting families of children with developmental delays, disabilities, and special health needs, emotional support and information: (800) 372-6510, ask to speak with a Resource Coordinator:  http://www.spanadvocacy.org/index.php  

Summer Activities: 

- Socially Creative Summer Camp:  A unique summer camp experience that provides children aged 9-12 with an opportunity to blend creative arts with social skills, while learning to build friendships and enhance communication skills.  http://www.careplusnj.org/children-families-support-groups-services/socially-creative-summer-camp/?utm_source=Summer+Camp+promo+2+061914&utm_campaign=ConContact+Camp+061814&utm_medium=email

 - Behavior Therapy Associates HI-STEP Summer Program: Helping Improve Social-skills Through Evidence-based Practices:  http://www.behaviortherapyassociates.com/hi-step-summer-program/

Middle School Transition:

Helpful Information for Students Transitioning to Middle School:

 * Central School Schedule:

http://longhill.schoolwires.net/cms/lib07/NJ01912867/Centricity/Domain/113/CLASS_BELL_SCHEDULE%20Revised%202011.pdf

 * Teens Health: Everything from nutrition & fitness to school to self-esteem:

http://kidshealth.org/teen/

 *YCTeen: Youth Communication Magazine 

http://www.ycteenmag.org/