Margaret Haacker has been working for many years in New York City helping children with disabilities in the school setting, early intervention homecare and in her community.
Helping children is her passion and over the years she has helped hundreds of families. Parents kept asking the same questions:
“What can I do at home to help my child write better?”
“What can I do to help my child’s self-esteem?”
“What can I do to help my child not to bump into furniture and falling down?”
"My child cannot focus at home when he is doing homework, what can I do?”
This book is designed to help parents with children ages 3 -18 years old who have the same or similar questions. In this book, Margaret will share her experience to help parents understand what to expect from their child, what they can do at home, who to ask for help and why it is important to address these issues as soon as possible.
Are you tired of being confused about what you need to do to help your child succeed? Or are you still trying to figure out what is wrong or missing to help your child do well in school? Are you worried that your child is missing something and you do not know what it is? This book will give you all the secrets occupational therapists use to help improve students’ handwriting skills, social skills, communication skills, fine motor skills and learning skills.
Learn how to identify your child’s most positive characteristics and how to address the weak areas. Find out which activities help enhance these strengths and improve the weaknesses. You will read about simple activities you can perform at home with a small or no budget. Learn how to ask the staff at school questions in a professional manner to receive a quick response. By reading The Parent Plan, you can identify your child’s weakness, start taking immediate action to help your child and awaken your child’s highest potential.
Learn how to stop talking and start listening. Realize that you can stop and breathe because there are many solutions for you to try! When your child succeeds, you succeed. Uncover the secrets occupational therapists use to help students succeed in every aspect of life. Take action now to make a difference in your child’s life!
Learn all the simple tricks occupational therapists use to maximize function in children.
“Margaret Haacker shares essential professional advice and personal lessons she has learned throughout her life. She outlines strategies that help parents help their children succeed and achieve their fullest and highest potential.”
-Gerry Robert, Bestselling Author of The Millionaire Mindset
"This is the perfect parent guide to help your children be happy and successful in every area in their lives."
-Valerie Sloan Massaro, Office Manager, New York
“Teaching children leadership skills, team work and the importance of helping other people in need are the key steps to success. The Parent Plan will cover these areas and help you help your child be great leaders in the future.”
-Carl Johnson, President of the Cambria Heights Kiwanis Club, Youth Development Leader, New York
"This is the perfect parent guide to help your children be great leaders, students and how they can learn to save money early in life. This book helps children be more prepared for their future by developing the right mindset for success!"
-Gurpreet Singh, Investment Advisor, New York
"The Parent Plan is a starting point for anyone looking to gain control of their child’s future and success."
-Eric Paul, New York Kiwanis Governor 2014-2015
"I like how The parent plan emphasizes how helping a child does not just involve what’s happening at home, but also includes other influences such as school. The parent plan has really helped me see the big picture about what components impact my child and what i need to do as a parent to help my child become more successful."
-Rachael Ramroop, Hotel Manager, Miami, Florida
"This book is great. It has so many helpful tips for parents. It helps parents feel more confident about asking for help when it is necessary. This book gives you great suggestions about what you can do to help your child in school."
-Unice Harris, Retire School Teacher, New York City
"The parent plan is a great educational tool for any young parent who wants to raise an inquisitive and well-rounded child."
-Dr. Svetlana Kogan, M.D. New York