The Parish School Blog

Jun 9, 2021

Developing Social Competence and Resilience

Children who have communication delays and learning differences often struggle socially. They may miss other people's non-verbal cues, misread others' intentions, or fail to think about their communication partners' perspectives. Developing social competence takes direct teaching and practice. This 1-hour virtual adult education session features speech-language pathologist and Social Thinking Specialist, Amy Lerman, who teaches you how to help your student find better success in social situations.
May 3, 2021

Neuronutrition and Childhood Development: An Individualized and Functional Medicine Approach

Learn how functional medicine can revolutionize childhood development, cognition and overall wellness. Functional medicine is an inclusive approach to caring for an individual that takes into account their nutrition, environment, genetics, physiology and more. When caring for the whole child, through this holistic and science-based approach, you can often lessen or reverse chronic conditions, and reach new levels of health never conceived before. This one-hour virtual adult education session features Dr. Emily Gutierrez of Neuronutrition Associates, as she addresses best practices, myths and truths about diet and neurodevelopment.
Apr 1, 2021

Language, Literacy and Math Activities That Use Plastic Eggs

It’s springtime in Texas, which means the grass is growing, trees are budding, flowers are blooming, and stores everywhere are selling plastic eggs! These fun, brightly colored eggs offer numerous opportunities for engaging, play-based learning activities for children of all ages. Whether you celebrate Easter or not, these activities are great for all families!
Mar 26, 2021

What Is Life Like After The Parish School?

Do you ever wonder what the next step is for children after The Parish School? Meet a panel of alumni students and their families, as they share their journey and experience in transitioning from The Parish School.