Strive Center for Autism - April 16, 2021
Professional Crisis Management (PCM) Training
Warm Weather Footwear
Crocs and sandals are NOT allowed in the centers. We have rolling chairs and stools, wood chips on our playgrounds, and climbing equipment indoors and out. Children MUST wear comfortable shoes that cover the entire foot, with no holes or openings that can allow toes to be injured or wood chips and dirt to get into the shoes.
That includes sandals that cover the toes but have openings on the sides. We do turn on the air conditioning in our centers in the summer, so we can assure you the kids won't be too hot with shoes and socks on.
Meet Lindsay, Lead Therapist
Lindsay started working at the Strive Center for Autism in May of 2019 and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education and Elementary Education from Liberty University. She began her position as Lead Therapist in the fall of 2020, and has been an excellent fit in this position.
Lindsay was previously a Special Education teacher K-5. She has experience as an ABA Technician and was an Intern for Children’s Ministry at Journey Christian Fellowship.
Lindsay enjoys spending time with her family and friends, going to church and traveling.
To keep things interesting, we switch our hello song periodically. This month, we've started using this hello song: Hello Song for Children. Your kids might find it fun to check the video out with you!
As always, we enjoy Jack Hartmann's song about the month of April.