It’s one thing to be an advocate for your child, it’s quite another to be an advocate for all children who may need early intervention services. That, however is the category in which I’d have to place the mother of Heidi, one of RMCC’s cherished clients. If there
I saw the look in his eyes, and I almost wished I could have given him fair warning before he spoke. I knew exactly what he was going to say, and I also knew exactly how he was going to feel once he realized his error. I was standing in
It was inspirational, moving and challenging; it was the 47th annual meeting of the Richie McFarland Children’s Center. The room was filled with advocates for Early Childhood Supports and Services, from therapists to RMCC board members to families whose children received services, to none other than NH’s First Lady herself.
I know you’re not ready to hear it, and I get it, (I really do), but I need to tell you something important, even knowing full well you’re not yet able to understand. “Congratulations. You’ve won the lottery.” It may be the moment you hold her in your
At first thought, one might claim it an unusual friendship, but a bit of a closer look, and it quickly becomes clear that it is a partnership that makes perfect sense. We are speaking of the teaming of sorts between the Richie McFarland Children’s Center (RMCC) and an upscale, resale