In the News

Ask the Experts: Reading Tips for Children with LD (VIDEO)

Watch this two-minute video by energetic children’s book author Andrea Davis Pinkney who shares excellent tips for encouraging reluctant readers.

Read more

At CHC Safety is Job Number One

Safety is a priority at our open campus at CHC. Over the last few months, a CHC Safety Team led by Bruce Fielding and Carol Roccuzzo has been researching state-of-the-art devices, processes and protocols to ensure the safety of all at CHC. In line with this effort, a full-scale, agency-wide safety lockdown practice drill was […]

Read more

CHC “Lights It Up Blue” for Autism Awareness

Dear Friends, April is Autism Month and Tuesday, April 2, is World Autism Awareness Day. Autism now affects more American children than childhood cancer, diabetes and AIDS combined. Take a look at our infographic below and you will see the numbers of children diagnosed on the autism spectrum have risen rapidly. The new numbers represent a […]

Read more

Executive Function and School Performance: A 21st Century Challenge

Academic success in our 21st century schools is increasingly linked with children’s mastery of a wide range of skills that rely on their use of executive function strategies.

Read more

NEW Spring Parent Ed Classes Begin in February

CHC’s specialists tackle issues of concern to many parents in the spring series of 16 classes beginning in February. All classes are FREE.

Read more

REACH OUT – Join the CHC Outreach Group!

  Join us for coffee, lively conversation and bring a friend or two. We will talk about growing our Outreach group to include more parents and grandparents of young children (retired or working!), education or mental health professionals, school administrators, and more. Members of the Outreach team are ‘thought partners’ for developing new CHC services […]

Read more

Sand Hill School Walkathon Raises $20K, Brings Smiles

Students, families and SHS staff walked a full mile around the CHC campus to raise money for art and PE programs at the school.

Read more