We are proud to announce that on July 15th we will have a screening of the documentary “The Kids We Lose.”
The Kids We Lose is a 90-minute documentary film about the human side of having a child or student with behavioral challenges, and the struggles faced by parents, educators, staff in facilities, mental health clinicians, and law enforcement professionals in trying to ensure that these kids receive the help they need. The Kids We Lose is intended to heighten awareness and galvanize people to advocate changing things for the better.
After the screening we will hold a community forum, led by a panel of experts, to discuss the positive changes we can make to properly support these students. The first positive change is understanding what they are saying with their behavior.
This FREE event is for adults only please. This movie is powerful. I cried several times as I watched it thinking of the moments that my son has been restrained. Seating is limited, so make sure you RSVP to get your ticket.
Please send a personal invitation to your teachers and principals. This will not a a time to place blame on anyone. It’s a moment to have an honest discussion regarding how restraint and seclusion affects children.
When: July 15th 6pm-9pm
Where: Texas A&M University
Memorial Student Center 2300A
275 Joe Routt Boulevard
College Station, TX 77843
Parking available in Caine Garage and University Center Garage at rate $1/hour.
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