The Collective Child
For the Collective Child: Do you have a child who is ‘needing continual support’? This child may have special health needs or disabilities that make their situation unique.
Is your child:
- Experiencing a chronic illness or disability that requires more specified support?
- Needing more focused emotional and motivational encouragement than can be provided in a traditional school or program?
- Desiring a nurturing environment where ones abilities are encouraged and ones challenges are embraced?
- Wanting acceptance from their peers and the youth around them, in a place free from negativity and fear?
We treat each child as though they were our own and we understand . If you said yes to one or more of these questions,
– 4Families can help!! –
Your child may be blind or deaf, or may have Autism or Aspergers Syndrome, or a physical disability. Or maybe your child has a debilitating illness that makes it difficult to go to a regular school. They may be often misunderstood. Our goal is to build their strengths so that your child can be the most beautiful child that God made them to be.
Take the First Steps:
- Contact us at (844) 54-FAMILY or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. If we are not available, we will contact you shortly.
- Care will be given to your concerns for your child. We will:
- Assess the situation
- Advise next steps
- Cultivating nurturing relationships is part of our process. Our goal is to build a relationship of trust, to come alongside your family and your child and support you in whatever you need assistance with.
- Creating a plan for your child and family is paramount, even if the best option is not being in one of our programs. We want what is best for you.
Maybe your child is experiencing a different set of challenges than The Collective Child. If so, check out one of these:
‘demanding rigorous attention’
This child may be exhibiting serious behaviors that are a detriment to your child and your family.
‘acting on impulse’
This child may be making bad choices by acting without thinking and you are trying to figure out what to do.
‘in a melancholy state’
This child may be dealing with something as simple as boredom or as serious as bullying at school.
‘acting outside the box’
This child may need an environment with the freedom to create.