Communication Skills

Tre Maison Dasan | Dear Tre

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Tre and his mom have a discussion guided by a social worker during his stay at a psychiatric hospital. Tre then reads a letter written to himself about his life and goals.

Tre Maison Dasan | Visiting Day

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Tre, 13, and Maison, 11, are able to visit their father at the Rhode Island Department of Corrections in Cranston, RI for two hours on Saturdays. This one-on-one time is part of RIDOC’s unique full contact visiting program.

Tre Maison Dasan | It Wasn’t Really a School

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Dasan, 6, and his cousin Alivia learn that his mother, Stephanie, wasn’t really away at school for the past two years. With help from Telisa, a Department of Corrections social worker, Stephanie explains that she has been in prison.

Tre Maison Dasan | Interview of the Month

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During a weekly visit, Maison and his dad ask and answer questions in a candid conversation about memories, feelings, their relationship, and incarceration.

Tre Maison Dasan | Caregivers

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Moments from Tre, Maison, and Dasan’s lives with their caregivers that illustrate the different roles that family plays in their lives.

Tre Maison Dasan | Cub Scouts

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Dasan and his mom attend their first Cub Scout camping trip with Pack 88 Providence.

The Art of Improv | STEAM: Ideas That Shape Our World

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Busy Burr is chief innovation officer and head of Humana Health Ventures and a long-time improvisation performer. She demonstrates how the basics of improv build many of the skills required in life and work: empathy, listening, and generosity. She spoke at the 2017 IdeaFestival in Louisville, Ky.

Video 2: About the Topics | ARTHUR Social, Emotional, and Character Development Curriculum

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Learn how the five AIM topics—empathy, forgiveness, generosity, honesty, and learning from others—are important to a child’s social, emotional, and character development. Watch as an elementary school counselor describes the topics and a member of the AIM digital team explains how the interactive media was designed to help buddies explore each topic.

This resource is part of The AIM Buddy Project | An ARTHUR Social, Emotional, and Character Development Curriculum.

Down Syndrome | Move to Include

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Learn about Down Syndrome from Mary Ann Schluier, a habilitator at CP Rochester. Next, hear from Patrick Hurley, an individual with Down Syndrome, and his family as they talk about their day to day lives, his activities, and skills to participate in numerous activities in the community. Visit the Move to Include collection for additional resources.

Clip #2 | Real Boy Film Module

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In this excerpt from the Independent Lens film Real Boy, trans teenager Bennett talks to friend Joe Stevens, a trans folk singer, about trying to grow a beard and how to groom it when it finally does come. Bennett may just have “one chin hair at the moment” but Joe does give him a nifty new haircut as they talk about how they had “girls’ haircuts” forced on them as kids.

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