Working from home has taken on a whole new definition in the midst of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic. This new normal leaves many parents feeling overwhelmed and maybe even concerned about the future.
As parents embrace the reality of distance learning for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year, many are concerned about their child falling behind. For parents of special needs students, they may also be concerned about regression. Canopy Children’s Solutions’ …
We all feel the need to belong, but during adolescence is often when we find that filling this need is most critical. Learn how to help your child create an environment on inclusion.
In the fall of 2018, Patrick had the highest reading score of all his high school classmates. To say his mom was proud was an understatement, especially considering the struggled path they had taken to get him where he is today. Learn more about his story here.
Canopy Children’s Solutions names Robin Davis, Ph.D., as new principal for CARES School Hattiesburg.
Sometimes a child’s behavior isn’t easy to handle, but that does not mean a child meets the requirements for an official diagnosis. As a parent and your child’s biggest advocate, you need to know the difference.
Mississippi College, co-sponsored with Canopy Children’s Solutions, is pleased to present the Haley Rose Gunter Autism Conference, “Navigating Autistic Life: Our Journey Together” on Wednesday, October 10, 2018.
Several members of the Canopy Children’s Solutions team were featured presenters at the 2018 Trauma Informed Care Conference in Jackson, MS.