Although the greatest gift I can give is probably unconditional love and support, the WhenThen Kids program reminds me that there are ‘building block behaviours or skills’; things that make children stronger, more resilient, more aware of the world around them. I know young kids are like sponges, watching everything going on, copying parents, grandparents, siblings, and friends.Therefore, if we role model the things that have particular meaning to us in the WhenThen Kids program, the kids will likely respond and try out those behaviours as well. We can’t necessarily take a lot of the credit for the progress, though, as perhaps each child is just naturally good at certain things, some are just happy kids, observant kids, people oriented rather than focused on things. If we can help them ‘practice things they aren’t naturally gifted at, so much the better.
Good work to the WhenThenKids developers – the material is easy to read and understand and the tone and conciseness of the emails add extra value to the materials.
— Ken, Father to 2 and Grandfather to 3 (under 3 years of age)