Resources

Below is a list of some quick resources that parents and teachers may want to utilize to support their student/child.

Parenting Books

Parenting with Love and Logic, James Fay & Foster Cline

The Strong Willed Child, Mackenzie

How to talk so Kids will Listen, How to Listen so Kids Will talk, A. Faber

1-2-3 Magic, Phelan

Web Sites

http://www.autism-society.org/ Information regarding autism and aspergers syndrome.

http://www.ncld.org/ Information regarding learning disabilities.

http://www.fema.gov/ Information on how to deal with emergencies and catastrophic events.

http://www.chadd.org/ Support group for children and adults with attention deficit disorder.

http://www.careofmacomb.com/ Agency that provides prevention programs, information and referral services and evaluation of alcohol and other drug abuse problems. (586) 541-0033.

http://www.pbis.org/ A link that provides behavioral intervention and behavioral support to educators. Schools are important environments in which children, families, educators, and community members have opportunities to learn, teach, and grow.

www.focusas.com/Michigan.html Trouble with teens focuses on a number of various resources for teens in trouble and their parents.

www.health.org/features/kidsarea/kidsarea.htm National Clearing house for Alcohol and Drug Information provide useful information on how to stay safe, resist peer pressure and help friends.

www.schwablearning.org/index.asp Support for kids who need academic support.

www.Idonline.org/ Support for kids with learning disabilities.

Sand Castles

(313) 874-6881. Sand Castles is a grief support program for children and families who have experienced the death of a family member, friend or other significant person.