December 2, 2010

Beginnings and Dr. Housman were featured today in the Weston Town Crier in an article written by Carrie Winchman entitled Anti-Bully Plan. Deterring bullying through our legal system is vital but represents just one component of what must be a comprehensive approach. Prevention programs are an essential part of the solution and studies show that prevention can be introduced to children at home and in school at an early age. According to Dr. Donna Housman, founder and executive director of Beginnings Child Development Center in Weston, teaching the skills that can mitigate against negative behaviors such as bullying can be taught well before elementary school.

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