Philadelphia’s Franklin’s Paine (Skate)Park: A Lesson in Resilience and Changing Stereotypes

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013 was the grand opening of the Franklin’s Paine Park in Philadelphia, PA. I would call it a skatepark, but it was built as a multi-purpose city park, developed on the idea that, contrary to stereotypes and previously-held beliefs, skateboarders and pedestrians really can co-exist. I find this idea somewhat ironic, since JFKContinue reading “Philadelphia’s Franklin’s Paine (Skate)Park: A Lesson in Resilience and Changing Stereotypes”

I’m now the Clinical Director of the Sequoia Kids Sunday program…

I am happy to announce that I have accepted the position of Clinical Director for  Sequoia Kids  Sunday program.  Sequoia Kids is a social skill development and recreational program for students ages 8-15 who need help improving their social skills.  The program serves students diagnosed with ADHD, Aspergers Syndrome, High-functioning autism spectrum diagnoses and learning differencesContinue reading “I’m now the Clinical Director of the Sequoia Kids Sunday program…”