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Tools, training help EEC correct behavior disorders


Cathy Estes knew that if she and her staff had specialized training and equipment they could help more children who display behavioral problems. The only question was how to gain access to that training and equipment.

The answer came in the form of two grants from the Golden Belt Community Foundation to the Early Education Center and Incredible Years Preschool. Estes is coordinator at both entities, which are owned and operated by Sunflower Diversified Services.

The first GBCF grant paid for Estes’ training in Florida. She noted that now she is qualified to train 12 staff members without the time ...

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