The skills children need to reach their full potential begin to develop at a young age. Skills like problem solving and planning. Parents play a huge part in the development of these skills. Canopy Children’s Solutions (Canopy) wants to provide …
Canopy Children’s Solutions (Canopy) launched LINK to provide families with resources, support, education and the training needed to reach their full potential and safely maintain their family in their home. “Canopy’s LINK has connections with community resources in Mississippi that …
The start of the new school year should be an exciting time, but some children and parents might feel anxious about the upcoming school year. Christian Ware, Canopy's Senior Director of Solutions, shares tips on how to overcome those back-to-school nerves.
Right now, as many students go back to school in person, they’re probably going to be messy about their emotions and friendships. They could feel understandably anxious about what their friendships are going to be like during this transition time. They could be really happy to be going back. They could feel anxious. They could feel a mix of both.
Last March 2020, the lives of many were significantly altered in many ways. Due to the pandemic, what was once deemed as normal or routine, swiftly shifted to unknown and unpredictable. Dr. Chris Furlow, Canopy Children’s Solutions (Canopy), Director of Autism Solutions, understands the impact of the pandemic as it relates to children with autism and their families.
Canopy Children's Solutions' behavioral health professionals share parenting advice to help manage your family's stress and anxiety.
Canopy CEO John Damon offers help to get you mentally prepared for the holidays during Canopy's Mental Health Minute featured on FOX 40.
Sometimes difficult behavior is a child's way of letting others know about other things happening in their lives. Learn about the signs and ways you can spot these silent cries for help.