Tuesday’s Child is sponsoring the Neighborhood Parent’s Network’s Developmental Difference Fair. The 2nd Annual Fair is dedicated to providing Chicago families school options, service providers, and nonprofits in one place that focus on serving parents of children with developmental differences.
Registration is open for 2013 Summer Camp. Each summer, Tuesday’s Child provides children a therapeutic, supportive environment for the summer. The camp is overseen by Tuesday’s Child professional trained staff with the goals of reinforcing Tuesday’s Child’s parenting and
Join Tuesday’s Child’s families and friends and walk, stroll, or run to support our future on Sunday May 5, 2013. Last year, over 100 people, in 14 teams walked 2.62 miles around Gordon Tech High School and the adjoining
Join Tuesday’s Child in celebrating our many success stories throughout 30 years. We are calling on all alumni to share their stories. You can see of our stories on our Wall of Success next time you visit Tuesday’s Child’s at
Dr. Meg Kincaid joined Tuesday’s Child in October, 2012. Meg is a licensed Clinical Psychologist and earned her Ph.D. in Clinical and School Psychology from Hofstra University in New York. She worked as a school psychologist for many years in
When my children were in preschool, it seemed I was always one step behind my kids when it came to discipline; No jumping on the couch!” “Stop fighting!” and “Put your brother down!!!” Also, my kids always had a reason
Tuesday’s Child is offering a series of Social Skills Groups for children age 5-8. Kids will become social detectives as they work on skills related to emotions, friendships, and appropriate behaviors. Groups are open to all but Tuesday’s Child
The process of putting an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) in place at your child’s school is long and challenging. As parents, we often know best what helps our child succeed whether it’s a one-on-one aide, sensory breaks or fidgets. The