San Jose, CA (PRWEB) July 11, 2009 -- Six years in the making and based on a U.S. patent, http://www.loveandencourage.com/ gives parents and teachers a way to use their own videos, photos, and graphics to motivate their children using "Daisies" that are like sticker charts on steroids. There are five forums included on the web site for parents, teachers, foster parents, and researchers to share ideas and Daisies. There are also numerous printing functions that allow you to print records. While your child is viewing the Daisies and becoming motivated to learn new behaviors, you can print out a sticker chart with customizable stickers.
The creator of loveandencourage.com, Glenn Thomas, LCSW is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Board Certified Diplomat. Glenn runs the disruptive behavior program at a large multidisciplinary agency for children with behavioral and developmental concerns. Glenn is currently working on implementing a NIH grant proposal that was recently submitted through San Jose State University based on the "Children with Autism Parenting Education and Support Series" (CAPES). CAPES is a 15 week parenting series he co-authored. Glenn was named the National Association of Social Workers' "Social Worker of the Year 2004 to 2005" for the California Chapter Region B San Jose Unit. A part-time faculty member at San Jose State University, Glenn was a keynote speaker at SJSU's School of Social Work 2006 graduation ceremonies for its bachelors- and master-level graduates.
The web site is completely safe for children and is built to specific legal guidelines that keep children's identities protected and secure. Glenn said, "I designed this site to be perfectly safe for children. An adult cannot contact any child on our system, period." A 7-day free trial is available for everyone.
About loveandencourage.com Loveandencourage.com is a California corporation with a U.S. patent and U.S. trademark. Its main focus is to provide information and tools for parents and teachers to help increase positive behavior in their children and students, while providing a completely safe web experience for children.