Sunday, September 2, 2012

Children, safety & health



-- Quote of the Day -- 


What worked for me is to have a date night where we could get away with each of the children where I participated in an activity that they enjoyed – allowing them to have that quality time where you can focus on one another. …We have to do a lot of education on our part – because when we see a person with a disability we overcompensate or we feel so overwhelmed that we don’t know how to respond to them. So help people become educated about what they can and cannot do. … …Everybody has a talent – tap into that talent and give them the opportunities and the tools to help them become successful. …If you are out there dealing with children with special needs remember that they are capable of wonderful success – don’t look at them for what they cannot do; look at what they can do. Nurture that and help them develop that into a skill.”

~ Victoria Marin

Today’s quote originates from the Conscious Discussions Talk Radio episode titled: Dancing with Autism

 (*Click on the title to access the full discussion)




-- Conscious Living Event -- 


The Holocaust of Innocence Tour and Documentary Research Project will tour the U.S. advocating prevention of child sexual assault, researching the current needs of our communities, and producing a film documentary of the process. The title Holocaust of Innocence refers to the time someone is sexually assaulted, for they will never be the same again, having trust and emotional issues the rest of their lifetime.

The most recent event was held yesterday (in Virginia) and this tour will continue across the U.S. into December (in Arkansas). To find out more about the locations for their presentation closer to your area, or to request them to drop in your community – visit: http://facsafoundation.org



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