I do speak with each kid/teen individually on camera before the meeting starts for safety reasons. This is just to make sure that no one tries to join the meeting that shouldn't be there. Please join 15 minutes before the meeting starts to allow time for this. (The Parents Group does not need to join early.)
During the kids group, we play online games together through blooket.com. We also talk about scoliosis. Kids share what pattern they have on their braces and support one another when they need suggestions. The majority of kids in this gorup are between 8-12.
Meet other parents that are going through the same thing. Offer support or ask questions to learn how to help your child through their scoliosis journey.
Teens (and tweens) that have had surgery or are preparing for surgery are welcome to join this group. It is a fun group of girls and a few boys that join. We share each other's stories and support one another. Surgery is discussed in depth in this group, so it may not be advisable for some depending on where they are in their treatment. Please reach out ot me at email@example.com to discuss your child's situation.
This group is for teens (and tweens) that are bracing. We share stories and support one another in a fun environemnt. We sometimes play games, too.
The tweens group is a mixture of the kids and teens groups. We usually talk and support each other half of the time, and spend the other half playing online games together through blooket.com. A lot of the kids in the Higgy Kids group are also in the Higgy Tweens Group. Most of the kids are 8-13 years old.
This group is perfect for the mini kids that may not be able to play the online games with the older kids, but still want to connect and meet others going through the same thing. Most of the kids in this group are right around 6 years old, but older kids are welcome, too. During this group, I just focus on the kids having fun together- coloring scoliosis drawings together, playing little games (not through the computer) and fun things like that. Just a way for younger kids to see that they are n
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