Volume 7 Issue 4 A monthly newsletter published by MKSA LLC June 2020
A Message from MKSA
The past several months have been challenging, to say the least. We sincerely hope that you are safe and well, and for those that have been affected by COVID-19, our prayers are with you. MKSA has been operating and delivering services throughout this crisis. Our office staff has been working primarily remotely, and our providers are delivering services via telehealth. We pride ourselves on being responsive and fully engaged with the families that we service. As we carefully monitor the situation and abide by all guidelines, we will update our families. In the meantime, let's all stay safe and look forward to better times ahead!
Virtual Summer Activities
Summer plans have been turned upside down for this summer. That doesn't mean, however, that your kids can't have fun and keep busy.
For children with special needs, there are an assortment of camps offering many different workshops including musical theater and photography. Learn more here.
Other Virtual Camps are being offered on a variety of topics and interests, from chess to the San Diego Zoo. Take a look.
Be sure to check out your local library online; they're chock full of virtual activities and programs! Below are links to local library systems:
Stay At Home Tips
As we continue to navigate our lives from home, we need to be diligent about staying safe. Learn about video chat security risks to keep your meetings private and safe from intruders. Haven't used your car? It's important to keep the battery charged by driving at least once a week. Read more car safety tips here. And, just for fun--mark your calendar for July 3. Hamilton is coming to Disney Plus and you have a front row seat!
Are We Friends?
We are enjoying sharing on social media and we value all of our friends and followers. If you don't already follow us, we hope you will! You can find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. We welcome your input and feedback and look forward to seeing you!
What are YOU reading?
Our list of recommended books continues with a theme of outdoor activities for kids:
-The Outdoor Toddler Activity Book: 100+ Fun Early Learning Activities for Outside Play by Krissy Bonning-Gould
-Outdoor Science Lab for Kids: 52 Family-Friendly Experiments for the Yard, Garden, Playground and Park by Lix Lee Heinecke
-Exploring Nature Activity Book for Kids: 50 Creative Projects to Spark Curiosity in the Outdoors by Kim Andrews
June is...
National Iced Tea Month, Great Outdoors Month and National Adopt a Cat Month. So...grab a cold drink and sit outside with your new furry friend! Enjoy.
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