Recent News


Supporting Students with Autism in our Schools
Fostering Awareness and Acceptance

As education continues to evolve, an increasing number of classrooms are adopting an inclusive and integrated approach to supporting students. Educators and school communities are constantly adapting to support the unique needs… [Read More]

Empathy and Autism
Is Empathy a Teachable Feeling?

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who shows the most empathy of all? For many of us, empathy is an intuitive reaction to someone else’s emotional state. For example, when you watch your… [Read More]

CORA Announces Winners of the Seussville Art and Essay Contest
2nd Annual Seussville at CORA Celebration

Since 1971, CORA Services has hosted countless family events for the community. The most recent community engagement event offered by CORA was quite a memorable shared family experience focused on the importance… [Read More]

Reflections Helping Students Who Stutter at CORA
CORA Training Center Review #2

The purpose of this workshop was to provide clinicians with the tools to assess the real-life impact that stuttering has on the child and their family by identifying various factors which affect… [Read More]

REFLECTIONS ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING TRAINING AT CORA
CORA Training Center Review #1

To help educate the community and bring awareness to the topic, because January is Human Trafficking Month, CORA services hosted a professional development entitled Working with Human Trafficking Victims. The training was… [Read More]

Calm Down! Pay Attention! Stop! Focus!
Mindfulness-Based Learning with Children

Calm Down! Pay Attention! Stop! Focus! These demands are often made of children across school, home, and community environments. While adults may have good intentions by providing response prompts to help kids… [Read More]

The Hallmark of CORA – A Caring Workplace Family
The Recipe for Dedication and Service

  One might suggest that a successful supportive workplace is based on some of the attributes of a well-functioning family. With your family, you should feel safe to cry, to learn, and… [Read More]

THE MORE YOUR READ, THE MORE YOU KNOW
CORA's 2nd Annual Seussville Art and Writing Contest

You have BRAINS in your HEAD and FEET in your SHOES. You can STEER yourself in any direction you CHOOSE! CORA Services is proud of the thousands of students we serve each… [Read More]

Creative Non Conformity – A Brief History
CORA Connection December Edition, CEO Message

Creative Nonconformity is our theme for the fiscal year 2018-2019.   In France, in the 1830’s, Saint Mary Euphrasia started the Sisters of the Good Shepherd to offer support to those marginalized by… [Read More]

Challenging Students to Promote Positive Experiences In High School
CORA Counselors Host 9th Annual Friendship Day at Archbishop Ryan

Last Thursday, November 29th at Archbishop Ryan High School, CORA Counselors Jessica MacKay and Lauren Johnson ran the 9th Annual Challenge Day, a day-long counseling workshop on building empathy and promoting friendship, with the… [Read More]

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