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Thursday, October 8, 2009

Sue Scheff: Kidlutions - Solutions for Kids

Kidlutions is a great resource whether you are looking for educational articles, parenting tips, or great gift ideas for kids! Visit them today at

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide all children with a sense of success in handling whatever problems come their way. We know that in life, success is not the absence of problems, but the ability to deal with them.

We help kids (and the big people who care about them) deal with behavioral and emotional issues before they get larger than life. Our products help to build the emotional intelligence in children, which we know is the best predictor of happiness in life. Kidlutions™ brings a new dimension to parenting, teaching and caregiving.

About Us

Each Kidlutions™ product has been developed and testedby a mom who is also an award-winning child and family therapist. Wendy Young, LMSW, BCD, founder of Kidlutions™, graduated Summa Cum Laude from Michigan State University's Clinical Social Work program and is a Board Certified Diplomate. Her children are ages 8, 11 and 13. She maintains a private practice in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and consults to various programs. Systems with which she has been involved include:

Family Forum, Inc. - Head Start and Early Head Start
Gogebic-Ontonagon - Head Start and Early Head Start
Bad River Head Start
Luther L. Wright Middle School/High School
GOCAA - Community Action Agency
Michigan Department of Human Services
Western Upper Peninsula Substance Abuse Services
Caring Home Health/Grand View Hospital
Gogebic-Ontonagon Intermediate School District
University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh

Her writing has appeared in:

Family Fun Magazine
Chicken Soup for the Soul Books
Woman's World Magazine
The Next Step Magazine
The Master Teacher
Michigan's Wonder Years
Various Newspapers

In addition to writing, Wendy is a sought after trainer for behavioral and mental health concerns of childhood. Her interests include behavior management, helping caregivers and teachers deal more effectively with challenging/difficult children, the impact of temperament on behavior, and infant and maternal mental health.

Follow Wendy on Twitter @Kidlutions

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