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The Nurtured Heart Approach

The Nurtured Heart Approach © is an amazing set of strategies developed specifically to focus energy on our children’s positive behaviors and consequently eliminate negative behaviors. It not only transforms how you interact with your child, but will transform how your child feels about him or herself! This training will have an added focus on how to apply the approach to working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and Intellectual Disability (ID).

Participant Learning Outcomes:

  • Participants will learn to recognize a child’s intensity as a powerful quality that, if developed correctly, can propel children to amazing achievements.
  • Participants will gain valuable knowledge about the “The 3 Stands™,” that when committed to, become a powerful means of transforming children.
  • Participants will learn techniques to actively recognize children for positive behaviors and consequently reshape the child’s inner portfolio.

Dates and Time of Workshops: Monday evenings from 6:00pm-8:00pm. July 11th – August 15th. For a printable flyer and information about registration, click this link: The Nurtured Heart Approach.

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Plan of Correction Public Meeting

A plan of correction for meeting caseload ratios will be held on Wednesday, June 29, 2016 at 1:00 p.m.

Location: Far Northern Regional Center

1900 Churn Creek Road

Redding, California 96002

(3rd floor, Large Conference Room)

For detailed information, please read the following notice: Plan of Correction Meeting

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New FNRC Associate Directors for Client Services

Larry Withers has accepted a promotion to the position of Associate Director of Client Services for our Southern counties effective May 16, 2016. Director of Client Services Judy Kruse will be his supervisor.

Larry has worked with Far Northern Regional Center for more than 23 years.  He began as a Service Coordinator in our Redding office, where he worked for several years before transferring to Chico.  He was later promoted to what was then called Supervising Service Coordinator, and in 2001 became a Case Management Supervisor. None of that begins to describe the depth Larry’s experience, knowledge and commitment to our clients and to the agency.

We are fortunate to have Larry as a member of our Executive team. 

 

Melissa Gruhler has accepted a promotion to the position of Associate Director of Client Services for our Northern counties effective May 16, 2016. Director of Client Services Judy Kruse will be her supervisor.

Melissa has been a FNRC employee for more than 20 years in our Redding office. She began work with us as a Service Coordinator in 1995, and in that capacity served in both In Home and OHP Units. Melissa was promoted to Supervising Service Coordinator in 2001, served as Acting Case Management Supervisor beginning in 2004, and accepted a promotion to the Case Management Supervisor position in 2005.  Melissa has shown unwavering commitment to our clients.

Melissa brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our Executive team.

 

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