Wildwood School has a sensory room that has been in use for a number of years. A Sensory Room is a specially designed room which combines a range of stimuli to help students develop and engage their senses. This room includes lights, colours, sounds, sensory soft play objects, and vertical tubes with coloured bubbles that allow the student using it to explore and interact without risk.
The sensory room has supported our students when they need a space to help regulate their senses, help students relax, and to focus and experience a sense of well-being. The room also helps students with unique learning needs. These include students with autism, students who are non-verbal, experience anxiety or overwhelmed by loud noises and bright colours, to name a few.
Community Parent Education Program | Hull Services
The Community Parent Education Program (CPEP) is a free family strengthening program open to all families in the community with children ages 5-17 years.
CPEP has been operating throughout Calgary and surrounding areas since 2002. We work closely with community schools, other agencies and organizations to facilitate a variety of parenting courses as well as children’s social skills and problem-solving groups. We offer parents and their children the opportunity to learn new skills that are effective and positive. Improving the quality of family life and parent-child relationships is our focus.
What topics will be covered?
Relationship Building and Positive Behaviour
Reducing Conflict and Managing Transitions Successfully
Special Incentives and Collaborative Planning
Consequences for Serious Problems
Problem Solving Strategies