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This is Olivia. She's pretty much like most other kindergarteners.
Her favorite subject is arts and crafts. Her favorite color is purple. And when she grows up she's informed us she'd like to be a fairy princess.
But Olivia wasn't always... At age 2, her mother’s drug use, physical abuse, and neglectful care left Olivia with many disruptive, dysfunctional behaviors. And it brought her to Childhaven.
When she first arrived, Olivia only ate certain foods and would throw a fit if any food touched other food on the plate. Also, nearly anything would send her into a high-pitched, screaming tantrum — if she had to wash her hands, if other children stood too close to her, and anytime staff set limits for her.
With creativity and persistence, Childhaven teachers taught the bright, active little girl to use words to express her anger, gradually building up her patience.
They gave Olivia a divided plate for her food. And if she wanted only bread, they might let her have two slices, but then offer other foods
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