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To provide a place for parents and family members to meet and share experience, strength, give hope and awareness, to other families who have similar experiences raising children with ADD/ADHD, SPD, Anxiety, ASD and other mental health, developmental, or behavioral struggles. Through sharing in this experience of raising these ‘hard to raise’ kids, we grow stronger and more resilient.

Monday, November 5, 2012

Favorite Things Holiday Party






Utah Easy to Love Favorite Things Holiday Party.
Date: December 12
Time: 7:00pm-9:00pm
Place: The Sharing Place
1695 East 3300 South SLC
PLEASE RSVP BY NOVEMBER 30th
Limited spot available!


Davis County - Due to the crazy of holiday we decided to do one holiday party and needed a location that could accommodate everyone and child care! If you would like to ride up with Lindsay or Chrissy please let us know with your RSVP, we will be doing pick ups at Learning Solutions. 

The Details: 
Pick a favorite special needs tool that you use, if you are still working on deciding what works & doesn't work for your child you can pick something that you want to try. It can be homemade, simple, store bought. Get FIVE of that item, remember it cannot be over $6 each! 

When you arrive you will put your name 5 times into a bucket (if you brought your items as a couple, put your name in as a couple as well!) Each person will get to explain what they brought and will then draw 5 names. Everyone will leave with 5 new tools to try with their kiddos. On top of the 5 things you get, we have been able to get some super great donations from  businesses that everyone will get, as well as some bonus' that we will be doing drawings for. 


If you are struggling coming up with some ideas, here are a few that are linked to our pinterest page. If you decide to do one on the list, let us know with your RSVP so we can cross it off the list! That way we aren't getting duplicates. 


Sensory Balloons 
Close pin animals (fine motor tool)
Sensory bag
Bean Bag Toss (gross motor, motor planning, weight)
Time out Bottles
Homemade Floam (sensory)
Pencil Grips 
Silly Putty 
Finger puppets
Wooly Willy
Waterfuls 
Feelings puppets 
Beading 
Stickers (fine motor)
Bath Paint
Koosh balls 

Safety Scissors (Emma could cut paper for an hour! :))

There are some other ideas on our Pinterest page HERE!  Again, these are ideas! Do what works for you! 

The Holiday count down begins... 



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