Parent Support

At Parkside, we understand that families often need support. Here are some of the resources that our families have found useful.

For Kids’ Sake

At For Kids’ Sake, we believe that parenting is the most important work we get to do as adults. Raising little people to become kind and successful citizens of the world is incredibly complex today.

For Kids’ Sake website

From the Heart Therapy Services

From the Heart Therapy Services is a pediatric therapy clinic specializing in Occupational, Speech, and Physical Therapy. Committed to a philosophy of family-focused services, we seek to help children and their families overcome challenges in a supportive and fun environment.

From the Heart Therapy Services website

Sensory Processing Disorder Resource Center

Finally!… A through explanation and a name for the behaviors and developmental concerns that exist – which seemed almost impossible to understand or cope with.

Sensory Processing Disorder Center website

KidVentures Therapy Services, P.C.

Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathologists, Physical Therapists

KidVentures Therapy Services website

Trelease on Reading

Since writing his million-copy bestseller, The Read-Aloud Handbook, in 1982, Jim Trelease has traveled to all 50 states and abroad, advocating the benefits of reading aloud to children. Our goal is to help children make books into friends, not enemies.

Trelease on Reading website

Scottish Rite Learning Center of Austin

Dyslexia classes and evaluations

Scottish Rite Learning Center of Austin video 

Bethany Prescott M.A.

I am a trained therapist, mother of three (ages 17, 10, and 8), and was previously a Montessori toddler teacher for 8 years. I have the privilege of fusing all three of my areas of experience into a private practice in which I support parents and teachers to lovingly guide and deeply connect with the children they share their lives with.

All of my work is approached while honoring the importance of personal balance and a commitment to our adult selves that allows us to parent and teach from a balanced place.

Bethany Prescott website

“I once asked my son, Harrison, to name the best thing he learned from his two years at Parkside. Without hesitation, he said, 'Parkside taught me how to love.' ”
Richard Cole