Parent & Child Groups / Support Groups

MerleFest, Kids Morning Out, and Local Counseling

MerleFest, Kids Morning Out, and Local Counseling

By TMoM Team Member Rachel Hoeing In today’s spotlight: Experience MerleFest Forsyth Family’s Kids Morning Out Counselors and Therapists Directory   Experience MerleFest MerleFest delivers music, moments, and memories each year… At its 33rd...
Activities, Resources, and Support for Families with Special Needs

Activities, Resources, and Support for Families with Special Needs

By Guest Blogger Katy Biagini with Family Support Network of Central Carolina When you are faced with a child’s disability, it is easy to feel overwhelmed, isolated, and alone. Overwhelmed as you swim through a sea of information pertaining to your child’s diagnosis,...
Triad Area Support Groups

Triad Area Support Groups

Updated by Michelle Barson You never know when your life might take a turn that feels too difficult to navigate on your own. That’s the time to find some support. We hope this list will help you find that support quickly in your time of need.  Whether the...
Birth to Age 3: Basics for a Great Start

Birth to Age 3: Basics for a Great Start

By Guest Blogger Susan Shore Schwartz  For parents, life has changed dramatically in the last few weeks. Many are now home all day, trying to find the right balance between educating and entertaining their children while sheltering in place. While older children may...
New Name, New Look, New Energy – The Down Syndrome Association of Greater Winston Salem 

New Name, New Look, New Energy – The Down Syndrome Association of Greater Winston Salem 

By Guest Blogger Laura Laxton As we celebrate World Down Syndrome Day on March 21 (get it? 3-21, because people with DS have three copies of the 21st chromosome), I’d like to (re)introduce you to one of Winston-Salem’s most active and vibrant organizations: The Down...
“Doing Good Things Series” ~ The iCan House

“Doing Good Things Series” ~ The iCan House

By Guest Bloggers Kim Shufran and Courtney Perry In 2008, the iCan House was created by Kim Shufran who was seeking support and help for her daughter, Erica. Kim’s intelligent, sweet, and engaging 11­year old daughter was eager to make friends, but struggled so much...