Care for the Whole Child: Dan Habib – NH Center on Disability

17 May

Dan Habib, director of Including Samuel, has created another film highlighting the benefits of positive behavioral interventions and supports. Debuting in Concord, NH this weekend, the film documents one high school student’s struggles to succeed and her school’s program and methodology to help her overcome them.

Who Cares About Kelsey? excerpt

5 Responses to “Care for the Whole Child: Dan Habib – NH Center on Disability”

  1. Jennifer Thorn June 6, 2012 at 4:33 pm #

    About two weeks ago, Habib and others were interviewed about the issues raised by the film, on NPR–it was fascinating. About twelve minutes, truly compelling. http://www.nhpr.org/post/who-cares-about-kelsey-success-story-and-model

  2. Kimberly May 22, 2012 at 7:25 pm #

    UGH! Where is the rest of it? What a tease. Curious to see what RENEW is about. Londonderry has had PBIS since my son was little.

    • J. Andrew Bairstow May 22, 2012 at 7:54 pm #

      Apparently, it was in Red River Theaters in Concord last weekend. I’m not sure what the next steps are for it. I will attempt to find out.

  3. Mary Lou Donahoe May 17, 2012 at 7:53 pm #

    Very inspiring. Reminded me as to the need to be compassionate in spite of the behavior. The student knew herself but chose to behave in a certain way. We need to give young people “the right tools” to know themselves better and cope. There’s always a story behind each student. Once that story is “understood” the healing process can begin. Thank you. I will look for the documentary in Concord this week-end.

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    […] number of readers have shown interest in showtimes and theaters for Who Cares About Kelsey.  Below is a screenshot of the synopsis of the film along with showtimes at the Red River Theater […]

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