Tuesday’s Child Outreach Services provide programming to both parents and professionals. Our services can be customized to meet the needs of your school or center. Our experienced staff can speak on a variety of topics to help develop behavioral parenting skills and teaching techniques.

Parent Support
Tuesday’s Child can directly support parents at your facility. Programs range from one-week to four-week behavioral training workshops. Fees vary from $50 to $100 per family, and we have a six family minimum. We can invoice you or directly bill participating families. Contact us at 773.423.5055 to learn more.

Professional Development

If you work with challenging children, we can train you and your staff in strategies to help manage challenging children’s behavior. Our goal is to help you deliver instruction, care or services more effectively.

Topics can include:

  • What is Behavioral Intervention and how it can help your clients
  • How to integrate the challenging child into the classroom
  • How to develop and implement practical Behavioral Goal Plans

Professional Education programs cost $150/hour per professional but may be covered by one of our foundation partners.

Please call our office to speak with someone today: 773.423.5055.

Dual-Support
Tuesday’s Child may also provide increased support for your center with dual-parent support and professional development. This unique combination can help implement practical classroom intervention with at-home support to increase impact for parents and professionals.

2 thoughts on “Outreach Services

  • September 20, 2018 at 11:57 pm
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    Hello,

    I am the director of a preschool and we have a very challenging 2 year old. I’ve been a director for 22 years and yet this child is uniquely difficult and I don’t know what we are dealing with. Do you offer help for children this young? There are 2 older brothers, ages 4 and about 8 or 9.

    Thank you!

  • October 2, 2018 at 7:31 pm
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    Hi Sue,
    Yes, we serve children aged 18 months through their 7th birthday. Preschools are often the first to identify children who can use additional behavioral supports. You can give us a call to learn more about the program and we can provide information you can pass along to the family. We look forward to talking with your further.

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