February/March 2012 e-Newsletter
From Messy To Manageable
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The topic this month is organizing!  To make it easy...
here are the first 3 things you need to know:

1.  Being organized "looks" different to everyone.

2.  Organization can be learned.

3.  Getting organized does not have to be an overwhelming process.


To make it even easier... you can join us on March13th at  The Cape Cod Children's Museum for our Workshop: From Messy to Manageable. This workshop will help parents and teachers learn organizational strategies that can apply to everyone including those diagnosed with ADHD. Workshop details are below.


Please contact us at any time if we may be of assistance to you, your child or student.




Holly and Tracey 

Parent/Educator Workshop   


MARCH 13, 2012
6:30-8:00 pm 

at The Cape Cod Children's Museum   


Say good-bye to messy and hello to manageable! Learn how to teach your child or student life-long organizational strategies and strengthened executive functioning skills. The strategies presented will emphasize having an awareness of how the child's brain works. Please join Holly and Tracey and shift from negative to positive by developing simple and consistent routines for home and school.  For examples, see below!

FREE Advice From The Experts! 


Q:    My son continually drops his backpack in the middle of the floor and leaves a trail of papers in his wake when he gets home from school.  How can I get him to be more organized?   


A:   Designate a "home" for his backpack as close to the door as possible. If he can drop his backpack in a specific spot by the door or hang it on a hook as soon as he enters the house, there will be less of a "trail."  Sometimes the further distance the backpack has to travel can create a flurry of paperwork that is easily lost. 


If you have a confidential question, please email us and and we'll answer it!  


Tracey Bromley Goodwin  

 Tracey Bromley Goodwin, M.Ed. & Holly Oberacker, ATR, LMHC  



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Teach your children about organization. 
STRATEGY: Label folders, bins, shelves and all areas where your child needs to access all belongings. By having a clearly labeled zone, your child will be more apt to remember to return something to its zone and will easily be able to find his/her belongings.