Positive Relationships with Children
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Build Positive Relationships •Great Beginnings staff use Conscious Discipline principles, a classroom management program, and a social-emotional curriculum. •Parents as Teachers staff conduct home visits to coach parents on becoming more “educational” at home. •Great Beginnings hosts frequent parent engagement programming and trainings.
Build Positive Relationships: •Sassafras allows children of all abilities to play together and participate in group activities. For example, the park features two zip lines so that differently-abled children can play side-by-side. One has a modified seat for children who need assistance, and the other is designed for children who don't. Thanks to fully accessible picnic tables, people in wheelchairs can sit in the midst of everyone else instead of being stuck at the end of the table.