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Help That Helps

Help that Helps is a guide for parents about children’s developing brains. With illustrations and practical tips, this tool provides ideas on creating safe and healthy spaces for kids to thrive. But the guide doesn’t stop there — it includes reminders to the primary caregiver about care of self as a first step in caring for children. It’s never too late to use this guide!

Author: South Coast Together
Year of Publishing: 2021
Number of Pages: 28

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Reviews

  1. Ashley Flowers (verified owner)

    Very helpful l. Opened my eyes to new ways to learn and teacj

  2. nnguyen (verified owner)

    The guide comes with provoking reflection questions and is presented in an easily digestible way. I can quickly turn to any page and get a quick understanding of something while also seeing its practicality and importance. It provides a quick glimpse into the development of children and is relevant for anyone who wants to support healthy growth of children and people.

  3. Danielle VL (verified owner)

    What a great resource for parents and caregivers. This interactive guide offers tools and ideas that directly align with current science. I wish I could give a copy to all the participants in my parent education courses.

  4. frodin (verified owner)

    Awesome guide for any person who is caring for children but also anyone who is closely interacting with children. Love the amount of topics that are covered, even in such a short guide. Not only does it cover good topics around children, trauma and resiliency, but also self-care which is very important

  5. Cindy Lucht (verified owner)

    I’ve shared this book with parents of the children I work with and other staff members. The pages are well worn with multiple high lightings.

  6. Morgan Noel (verified owner)

    Very detailed! I’ve learned a lot about child development and how it works .

  7. Karen Wirth (verified owner)

    Helpful resource for parents

  8. Karen Wirth (verified owner)

    Helpful and concise resource for parents

  9. Karen Wirth (verified owner)

    Concise and helpful resource for parents.

  10. Karen Wirth (verified owner)

    Concise and helpful book for parents

  11. Anneke Schoneveld (verified owner)

    Has wonderful clear steps. Not overwhelming – just a simple small book that gives you practical steps to consider in your life.

  12. Levi Branson (verified owner)

    I enjoy using this as a resource for parents and caregivers. I use it as a guide when I am creating trainings for certain topics and it is great to have as an easily accessible guide.

  13. jacqueline1 (verified owner)

    Open my eyes for new strategies.

  14. Ashley Christman (verified owner)

    This is a great resource for parents and caregivers. It’s an easy to use resouce that gives caregivers ideas on how to ask better questions and connect with others.

  15. Ruby Buchholtz (verified owner)

    This resource was great for parents of a very energetic toddler who had very big feelings and reactions. It helped frame what they were experiencing and gave them resources to work with their young son. Thanks!

  16. KatiaPartida (verified owner)

    This book was amazing! I highly recommend this book!

  17. german (verified owner)

    Very good guide to have handy. Wasn’t quite what I expected material-wise (in the way the material was laid out) but would recommend nonetheless.

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