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Projects

NEW!  Our New Series For Children With An Incarcerated Parent
The child has many questions about what will happen and, throughout the story, his questions are answered. Both books include activities for children and tips for parents and professionals.

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Mommies and Daddies in Jail and Moms and Dads Come Home From Jail
Children, who are victims of their parent's crimes, are often afraid and confused by the changes in their own lives. Their questions and deeply felt concerns are not always addressed.

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In 2007, Creative Family Projects, LLC was created to identify problems and provide solutions by synthesizing information from organizations, institutions, and corporations into booklets and training modules for the benefit of children, youth, and families.

Our efforts address the impact of trauma on children by encouraging and inspiring open and honest dialogue by all stakeholders; addressing children's concerns and feelings; and educating professionals about issues related to children and families. Booklets and presentations act as catalysts for awareness and change.

Background

Sue Jeweler, a retired teacher, spent her 30 year career in Maryland’s Montgomery County Public Schools. Sue has been a consultant to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Smithsonian Institution, National Geographic, Berns & Kay, and Street Law. Her expertise has been used in a variety of projects with an outreach to teachers nationally and internationally. She has co-authored two educational kits, numerous journal articles, and over forty books including the acclaimed, Smart Kids with Learning Difficulties: Overcoming Obstacles and Realizing Potential and School Success for Kids with ADHD. Sue, an award-winning educator, is the recipient of the prestigious Washington Post Agnes Meyer Outstanding Teaching Award. She is listed in Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, Who’s Who of American Women, and the International Who’s Who. She co- established Creative Family Projects, LLC that identifies problems and provides solutions by synthesizing information from organizations, institutions, and corporations into booklets and training modules for the benefit of children, youth, and families. Her most recent projects are the co-authored booklets, Mommies and Daddies in Jail and Mommies and Daddies in Prison. For her work on behalf of children with an incarcerated parent, she was nominated for the White House "Champions of Change" award.

Judith Levine Goozh, M.A., CCC-SLP is a retired speech-language pathologist from Montgomery County Public Schools. Mrs. Goozh is a member of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association and the Maryland Speech and Hearing Association. She was declared a Fellow of the Maryland Speech and Hearing Association in 1981; received the honor of the speech language division for outstanding professional service from1985-1986 in Montgomery County; and received an award in 2006 from ASHA in recognition of continued professional study. She is a member of the National Alliance for Mental Illness of Montgomery County, the Mental Health Association: Friends of MHA, and Co-Chair of the Stuff – a - Duff project for children going into emergency foster care. Ms. Goozh and Ms. Jeweler established Creative Family Projects, LLC that identifies problems and provides solutions by synthesizing information from organizations, institutions, and corporations into booklets and training modules for the benefit of children, youth, and families. Her most recent projects are the co-authored booklets, Mommies and Daddies in Jail and Mommies and Daddies in Prison. For her work on behalf of children with an incarcerated parent, she was nominated for the White House "Champions of Change" award.