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CHANGING EDUCATION: Teaching Kids with Mindfulness in Mind & Teen Humanitarian

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Published on Mar 26, 2017

Join me on the Dr. Theresa Nicassio Radio show for a conversation about Changing Education.

Teacher (and former Principal) for children with learning disabilities and other developmental challenges at Eaton-Arrowsmith School, Luciana Holmes, shares how she uses mindfulness with the children she serves who live with learning and developmental challenges and what she has observed and learned through doing so. She’ll also talk about how Mindfulness and Non-Violent Communication can be very helpful for parents and how doing so herself has been an important part of her own self-development.

Luciana will be sharing about how she uses mindfulness with the children she serves who live with learning disabilities and developmental challenges and what she has observed and learned through doing so. She’ll also talk about how Mindfulness and Non-Violent Communication can be very helpful for parents and how doing so herself has been an important part of her own self-development.

While she first became an Early Childhood Educator her career path changed when her youngest son was diagnosed with dyslexia & ADHD. That experience led Luciana down a rabbit-hole of service for children with special needs. I LOVE her & so will you.

You will also hear from an 18-year-old Teen humanitarian, Sabrina Dickinson who just arrived back from Kenya where she finished a very special Life Changing project helping vulnerable young Women become more empowered.

You are in for an inspirational show!

For more information about Luciana and Sabrina and for more Health & Wellness Tips, visit www.TheresaNicassio.com and SUBSCRIBE to this channel.

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