Talking About Emotions from the Movie Inside Out By: Carlie Krider Undergraduate Social Work Intern Spring-Summer 2023 Loyola University Chicago It is not a surprise for any parent to hear that children feel big emotions and that they feel them
Helping Your Child Develop Empathy Katie Wimmer, Graduate Intern Fall 2022-Spring 2023, Loyola University Chicago School of Social Work What is Empathy? Empathy can be defined as the ability to recognize other people’s emotions and understand how they are similar
Seperation Anxiety At Tuesday’s Child, we work with children that have a variety of behavioral issues including separation anxiety. Separation anxiety in children can be the result from a variety of influences like genetics and environment, but many of the root
The school year is quickly approaching! As you’re gearing up your child for back-to-school, it’s important to remember to prepare yourself as well.
Join this year’s annual Budget Engagement Forums to hear from City leaders on the 2023 budget and to share priorities on City services.
Dear TC Families, As you know, violence erupted at yesterday’s Independence Day celebration in Highland Park when a shooter opened fire on those gathered for a parade. This horrible act left seven people dead and dozens more wounded. Our thoughts
Disney’s Winnie the Pooh will offer a sensory-friendly performance on Friday, May 27 at 7 p.m. This adaptation is designed to be suitable for those with autism, sensory processing disorder and other developmental diagnoses.
Mayor Lightfoot’s Chicago Resilient Communities Pilot is now accepting applications. Eligible residents will receive $500 a month for twelve months.
Kohl Children’s Museum was specifically designed to be inclusive of all children and adults regardless of ability. The Museum is hosting an event, titled Everyone at Play, that provides opportunities for calm, creative, and collaborative play.
Your child will be going to kindergarten soon. It’s a time of excitement, and you may be asking yourself, “Is my child prepared for this change?” Or perhaps, the question is: “Am I prepared for this change?” Have no fear! We have some recommendations for best transitioning yourself—and your child—out of preschool and onto their next academic adventure.