As parents, one of the best things we can do is to work with educators, school counselors and nurses to help to develop a coping plan for how to manage school.
We have developed an educational program that aims to build compassion and create inclusive spaces for students to appreciate their visible differences in and outside of the classroom. Love the Skin You Are In is an enriching experience for all students, and we would like to partner with your school to implement this program.
A Children’s House for the Soul is excited to announce the premiere of a new short film featuring many of our non-profit’s families entitled “I Was Made A Masterpiece.” Created by Rick Guidotti of Positive Exposure alongside production team Vacant Light, the short film is intended to educate current and future medical professionals, educators, students and ultimately the greater community on the deep emotional impact of skin disease.
Does your child have issues resisting the urge to pick at their own skin? If so making a tape doll may help! First, take a doll or toy and cover it in layers of invisible tape — this can be scotch or packing tape. Then, encourage your child to pick at the doll’s tape “skin” instead of at their own. You can layer the tape depending on your child’s age and capability to add or decrease difficulty. ⠀