Business Spotlight November 2016
Parent Coach Helps with Potty Training and More
Sri Parent Coach and Educational Advocate, LLC offers parent coaching services to families who need help in the following areas: potty training, milestone evaluations, the aftermath of an autism diagnosis, mild behavioral issues and IEP planning.
Sri Hatharasinghe-Gerschler, M.A., has more than 10 years experience in applied behavior analysis. She provides one-on-one consultations with families and creates custom strategies based on data gathered from each consult.
“Sri helped my son overcome his stubborn aversion to potty training by identifying and working through his fears,” says Katie of Carmel Valley. “Her strategies allow the child to feel empowered without the parent feeling discouraged or defeated.”
Need help with potty training at home? Call today to get a free 10-minute phone, Skype or FaceTime consultation. Business hours are Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Sri Parent Coach and Educational Advocate, LLC
Reach for the Gold in Gymnastics
Elite Gymnastics is a family-owned business that provides high quality gymnastics instruction to students of all ages and abilities in a supportive and fun environment. Elite Gymnastics has been in business for 17 years and its multi-faceted gymnastics facility is the largest in San Diego.
“The gym is big, clean and has great equipment,” says Traycee of Fletcher Hills. “The dedication the coaches show to each and every child is undeniable.”
Don’t miss Camp Flips: a three-day, high-energy experience designed to excite and motivate kids. Camp Flips (for kids ages 4 & up) runs Nov. 21–23 from 9 a.m.–3 p.m.; extended hours are available.
Need time to shop for the holidays? Reserve a spot for Parents’ Nite Out on Nov. 19 from 6–10 p.m., where kids ages 4 & up have fun while parents take a break. Visit website to register and for additional dates.
With the recent excitement of the U.S. Olympic gymnastics teams, there’s never been a better time to encourage children to follow their dreams and aim for the gold!
1817 John Towers Ave., El Cajon
Published November 2016
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