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Why choose Kidz Possible?

The educational landscape has changed drastically in recent years. School no longer looks or feels like it did when we were young. Curriculum is more rigorous, the pace is much faster and expectations to perform and behave as expected have never been higher. The latest research shows that children who struggle to follow behavioral expectations and regulate their emotions have more difficulty learning and being successful in school. Fortunately, the research also shows us that children can be taught the necessary social and regulation skills they need to be successful in school and beyond.

At Kidz Possible, we believe that every child deserves the opportunity to learn in a way that builds their self-confidence, increases their personal agency and encourages a love of lifelong learning.

Our Methodology

Kidz Possible utilizes a combination of three evidence based curriculums to teach your child the social, regulation and executive functioning skills needed to foster healthy relationships and build self-confidence.

  • Social Thinking and the Zones of Regulation is an evidence based curriculum developed by Michelle Garcia Winner and Leah M. Kuypers. Both frameworks focus on developing self-regulation, executive functioning, perspective taking and social problem solving skills
  • The Momentous Institute ChangeMakers curriculum promotes social emotional learning to build relationship skills, self-regulation skills, and self-awareness.

Is Kidz Possible right for my child?

Does your child display or struggle with any of the following?

  • Impulsive behavior
  • Struggles to remain kind when playing with others
  • Becomes anxious or fearful with change in schedules or spaces
  • Lack of situational awareness
  • Seems to overact to minor stressors
  • Difficulty following directions
  • Ridged or “black and white” thinking
  • Lacks empathy
  • Struggles to return to a calm state after emotional upset.
  • Difficulty expressing big emotions in healthy ways
  • Struggles behaviorally in school

Children who often display the above characteristics can benefit from social and regulation skills groups.

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