A Message for

Our Loyal CKC Families

 

Confident Kid Club has been grappling with some hard decisions over the past few months about how to continue to safely serve your kids and provide meaningful programs. We recently learned the current space we rent is not available in the fall due to concerns about COVID-19 safety. Sadly, we will therefore not be running our typical Confident Kid Club programs in the fall.

 

We are mindful of how important it is to be able to continue to work with you and your children, especially during this stressful and difficult time. To maximize flexibility and safety, we have decided to work independent from one another and not under the Confident Kid Club banner.  

 

We will each run virtual Zoom classes, offer 1:1 Zoom support for children and offer consultation for parents. We will coordinate these offerings directly with interested families. 

 

We hope you know how much we will miss our time together as a group. Thank you for your understanding and each of us looks forward to continuing to work with you and your kids in this new capacity.

We thank you for your understanding and wish your family health and safety.

Katharine & Carmella

Confident Kid Club offers social skills groups and individual services for children ages 3-10 years. Nothing is more important than helping children lead happy, productive and emotionally stable lives. Social emotional learning is critical to a child’s health and well-being, and directly affects academic performance and overall happiness in life. Motivated by this belief and a recognition that some children may need extra support on their journey, Katharine Page and Carmella Crowley, two certified special education teachers each with over two decades of teaching experience, founded Confident Kid Club in Pelham, New York.

Confident Kid Club’s interactive, integrated, sensory based program helps kids grow, take risks, and develop confidence in a safe environment. You are invited to learn more about the programs and the services offered.

A. A. Milne Quote

“The long-term benefits of positive peer relationships are far too important to leave to chance.”

(from “Let’s Play: Teaching Social Skills“)

Linda M. LeBlanc, Ph.D., BCBA-D

Executive Director of Research and Clinical Services, Trumpet Behavioral Health