Written by our Executive Administrative Director, Dave Nelson, this article focuses on the fundamental social-emotional growth that comes from making mistakes and working through discomfort head-on.Read More
Category: From The Executive Director, How We Work, Staff, Students, Top Stories, Uncategorized Tags: Adolescent, Adult Health, Advice, Autism, Autism Awareness, Creative Process, Creative Teamwork, Creativity, Discomfort, Education, emotional discomfort, Emotional Growth, Emotional Range, Emotional Regulation, Empathy, encouragement, Executive Director, Experiential Education, Experiential Learning, finding purpose, humbling, Innovation, International Therapy, Maturity, Mistakes, People of Difference, perseverance, Perspective Taking, Psychology, risk taking, Self Expression, Social Interactions, Social Perspectives, Social Problem-Solving, Social-Emotional, Social-Emotional Growth, SpeakersOnAutism, Therapy, Trust, Wisdom
On a recent Friday, TCS hosted four visitors from a special school in Hong Kong, along with Atlanta’s own Emily Rubin, a good friend to TCS. Emily is a well regarded Speech Language Pathologist who provides a lot of training…Read More
Category: How We Work, Staff, Top Stories, Uncategorized Tags: Autism, Curricula, Education, Haven of Hope Sunnyside School, Hong Kong, International Education, International Therapy, Pathology, SCERTS Model, School Training, Social Perspectives, Social-Emotional, Social-Emotional Growth, Speech, Speech and Language, Therapy, Visitors
The 2019 Southern Soiree is on Saturday, February 9. Mark your calendars now!