Please join us on Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 3pm, when local author Caroline Maguire presents “Why Will No One Play with Me?: The Play Better Plan to Help Children of All Ages Make Friends and Thrive.” The event is free and open to the public; there will be time for Q&A and book signing after the event.
** With compassion and ease, this program gives parents a tangible, easy to follow guide for helping kids develop the executive function and social skills they need to thrive.**
Caroline Maguire, ACCG, PCC, M.Ed. is a personal coach who works with children with ADHD and the families who support them. She received a Master of Education from Lesley University, and earned her ACCG from the ADD Coach Academy and her PCC from the International Coach Federation (ICF). Her revolutionary coaching program and methodology helps teach executive function skills to children, teenagers, and young adults. She is a former coach for the Hallowell Center in Sudbury, where she was the main coach for children and teenagers. Caroline consults with schools and families internationally and has been co-leading social skills groups for over a decade. She lives in Concord with her family.
More about the book:
“Why Will No One Play with Me?: The Play Better Plan to Help Children of All Ages Make Friends and Thrive” is a groundbreaking program that has helped thousands of children struggling with social skills to make friends, find acceptance, and have a happy childhood.
Every parent wants their child to be okay – to have friends, to be successful, to feel comfortable in his or her own skin. But many children lack important social and executive functioning skills that allow them to navigate through the world with ease.
Caroline Maguire has worked with thousands of families dealing with chronic social dilemmas, ranging from shyness to aggression to ADHD, and more. In this groundbreaking book, she shares her decade-in-the-making protocol – The Play Better Plan – to help parents coach children to connect with others and make friends. Children of all ages – truly, from Kindergarten to college age – will gain the confidence to make friends and get along with others, using tools such as:
*Social Sleuthing, to learn to pay attention to social cues from other
*Post-Play Date Huddles that help kids figure out what to look for in a friendship
*Reflective Listening that can improve your child’s relationship with their peers