Learning in Circles: How Virtual Education Keeps Kids Connected
You can see all of our teachers’ videos—50 and counting!--on the Family Resource page.
Meanwhile, our Early Intervention team had virtual visits for kids from babies to age 3 up and running shortly after social distancing began. Through videoconferencing, our therapists have continued working with families so that the children we serve continue to make progress.
Here is an email from another of our families: “The entire Northwest Center Kids team are doing incredible work, and we are so grateful for you. I want you to know your work and support is seen and appreciated. Your teachers are doing a wonderful job connecting with families and maintaining community even at a distance. I can't tell you how much that has bolstered our spirits. To see the excitement on our daughter’s face when she got to interact with her friends and teachers over Zoom was amazing.”
Clients Stay Up to Date on Skills
Paul also made sure to demonstrate his vacuuming skills for Regional Director Ryan Newell and Pod Manager Danielle McGuffin.
Puget Sound Laundry Services Goes the Extra Mile
Q: What do you enjoy doing outside of work?
A: I enjoy watching all types of sporting events, especially Seahawks and Mariners games.
Q: Do you have any hobbies?
A: I like collecting jerseys from my favorite sports teams. I have a collection of Seahawks, Mariners, and UW jerseys.
Q: How would friends and family describe you?
A: True fan. I love and support my teams.
Q: What’s the most interesting thing about you?
A: My closet. My clothes are organized by collection. Everything is set up according to team including my shoes.
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