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Again when I was in 5th grade, I had a friend who's mom taught at Antelope Hills Elementary school. I would go into her class room while she was teaching 1st graders, and help them with reading, homework, or whatever she would particularly need my help with. A lot of the kids were my friends' little brothers or sisters so in a way I got to know a little more about their families in general! I loved helping out in her classroom, the children were always so sweet.
This is a loving family that I babysit for while the parent's have date night every once in a while! They have two loving children, Noah and Juliet! They love having me over, when I see them all they want to do is hold me and play with my hair, they bring a bright smile to my face!
This is a woman I admire very much, she has been going through a tough separation and is raising her daughter alone. Little Emma and I will spend the day together while Nancy is working on legal papers, or anything that she doesn't want Emma to see and get emotional about. When I watch Emma, we give each other make overs and do each other's hair. She loves pretending to be a model, so we'll just mess around and dress up all beautifully and act silly! Whenever she brings up her dad, and starts asking me questions, I start helping her to understand what's going on around her, but in a positive way, to where she won't dwell on everything! This family is dear to my heart!
This family is very loving, I've house sat and watched their children numerous of times! They have two daughters, Elise and Yazmin. They're both very playful loving girls who always make jokes and silly faces to make everyone else in the room laugh. Sometimes when I think of the children I've watched in general, they're the first that come to mind because of how much appreciation their family has shown me over the last year. Elise has such a bright little mind, that girl could grow up to be an actress if she really wanted to. Yazmin really likes drawing and complementing other people, she is always so happy to be around people and tell them new things in her life. Elizabeth has been so wonderful to work for, I don't even consider it work, it's been a pleasure to love their children.
Around the time I was in 5th grade, I used to volunteer my time at lunch to help the autistic group of children when they were eating. A lot of times we would usually play games, read or just talk! This kept their brains active and away from having compulsive melt downs. I took care of one girl in particular who's name was Layla, that couldn't walk, she used a walker all over school and she wore diapers. I would help her go to the bathroom, talk with her, lift her up to play on the monkey bars, feed her, etc. I learned a lot of patience from this experience, because with autistic children, you have to learn to be calm when they start to panic. I'm very fond of these memories!
Redirected children to encourage safe, positive behaviors.
When I was in middle school I went to camp for about 3 or 4 days with a group of my classmates, and we learned how to communicate with others on an emotional level, but not only communicating, helping and listening to try and solve the problems in their minds. This was helpful to me because I knew kids on my school grounds who were suicidal, and I knew I wanted to help, I just didn't know how. This program allowed me to leave my classroom, pull someone else out of their class room, just to sit and talk or play games with them, and encourage them, be there for them, to guide and direct them, so they would be able to know that happiness does actually exist. This is the description from the school of being a PAL:
"PALs stands for ‘Peer Assistant Leaders.' We are a group of students on campus that help peers that are in need. We continue to be a helpful organization to all grade levels each year. Students' in middle school often feel more comfortable talking to kids their own age. We are here to listen and lead them in a direction that will help them with their problems. As a PAL you will help all kinds of students going through different types of situations. This can be just acting like a friend if they are new or lonely; to helping them get through tough times at home."
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