Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

We Welcome New Mom to Madre Volunteers! Share Your Talents With Others Hello and thanks for visiting our “Volunteer Opportunities” page. We are all volunteers at Mom to Madre. No one receives a salary for all the good work we have done since October, 2009 for families in San Diego County. Mom to Madre has … Continue reading »
Science Concepts ~ Conceptos de la ciencia

Science Concepts ~ Conceptos de la ciencia

Wonder Works Wonders! ¡El asombro hace maravillas! Learning through Nature ~ Aprendizaje a través de la naturaleza   By Connie Goldin, LMFT   Nature Art for Kids ~ El arte de la naturaleza para niños Source for Toddler Turtle Craft Inspiration for Squirrel Craft   Mom to Madre is proud to have presented a hour-long … Continue reading »
Giving Clear Directions-CDC Video

Giving Clear Directions-CDC Video

Giving Directions: You Know What I Mean? A Video from The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) “A mother finds that her son, though well-intentioned, does not ever seem to follow her directions. What she discovers, however, is that her own approach to giving directions may have more to do with it than she … Continue reading »
Un asiento elevado

Un asiento elevado

Video sobre seguridad con un asiento elevado: The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Descripción proporcionada por la organización que publicó el video en YouTube. “Las investigaciones han comprobado que usar un asiento elevado con regulador de posición para el cinturón de seguridad de cadera y hombro en lugar de un cinturón de seguridad solamente reduce a … Continue reading »
Asientos para niños

Asientos para niños

Manténgase seguro con cinturones de seguridad y asientos para niños ECHOminnesota Descripción proporcionada por la organización que publicó el video en YouTube. “El propósito de este video es ayudar a los espectadores a entender la importancia del uso correcto de los sistemas de seguridad, el uso correcto del cinturón de seguridad, y el uso correcto … Continue reading »
Booster Seat Safety

Booster Seat Safety

Car Seat Safety By Age: Booster Seat Safety (The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia) Description provided by organization that posted this video on YouTube: “Children who reach the highest weight or height of their forward-facing child safety seat should use a belt-positioning booster. There are four types of booster seats. In some cases, choosing a booster … Continue reading »
Toddlers in Forward-facing Seats

Toddlers in Forward-facing Seats

Car Seat Safety By Age: Toddlers in Forward-facing Seats (The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia) Description provided by organization that posted this video on YouTube: “Children 2 years or older, or those younger than 2 who have outgrown their rear-facing safety seat must be restrained in a forward-facing safety seat. Learn how to properly install a … Continue reading »
Car Seat Safety -Infants

Car Seat Safety -Infants

Car Seat Safety By Age: Infants in Rear-facing Seats (The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia) Description provided by organization that posted this video on YouTube: “Choosing and properly installing a child safety seat will help protect your baby from serious injuries. Remember, babies should remain rear-facing until they are 2 years of age.” For more information, … Continue reading »
Children’s Air Bag Safety

Children’s Air Bag Safety

Air Bag Safety for Infants, Toddlers and Children – The Children’s of Philadelphia Description provided by organization that posted this video on YouTube: “Air bags save lives by protecting drivers and passengers during frontal crashes, but can be dangerous to young children seated in the front seat or leaning against the door, in the case … Continue reading »

Kindergarten Book Donation

Ocean Beach Elementary Book Donation 9/3/2014 September 3, 2014, Connie Goldin, Mom to Madre President, presented 27 bags of books to teacher, Donna Lamb, at Ocean Beach Elementary School, in San Diego, for their new kindergarteners. Each bag holds 10 new and “like new” books for young children so that they have books of their … Continue reading »

“Role Models and Mentors” by Nashona Andrade Seals

Nashona Andrade Seals, MS, is the Founder of Our Mommies Hands in San Diego. Nashona is a mother, stepmom, and has a background in education and social service administration. In this video she addresses the importance of having role models and a mentor as a part of education and learning. She speaks to high school … Continue reading »