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Isabelle Zehnder: "Good Programs for Children and Teens
« on: May 31, 2007, 01:13:33 AM »
In Isabelle Zehnder's updated Whitmore Academy BLOG she writes:

"It is unrealistic to believe there are no good programs for children and teens.  There are.  It is important parents receive guidance to find them..."
www.whitmoreacademy.blogspot.com

Is Isabelle Zehnder offering this "guidance" to parent to help them locate these "GOOD PROGRAMS?"

Is Isabelle Zehnder prepared to provide lists of these "GOOD PROGRAMS?"

What are her qualification for determining the criteria for a "GOOD PROGRAM?"
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Isabelle Zehnder: "Good Programs for Children and Teens
« Reply #1 on: May 31, 2007, 04:58:30 PM »
CAICA and Isabelle Zender does not seem to be very Trustworthy after reading that.
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Isabelle Zehnder: "Good Programs for Children and Teens
« Reply #2 on: May 31, 2007, 05:22:56 PM »
Isabelle Zehnder goes on to state in this blog:

"Isabelle does not charge for her services and she has never taken money for referring children to any program.

She has, however, worked with a parent advocate whose child was abused in a residential facility.  This parent has worked tirelessly for the past 7 years locating safe alternatiave for parents looking to place their children in a program."

Could this "parent advocate" Isabelle works with be Sue Scheff at PURE?
If Isabelle considers herself to be "working with" PURE; then it could be assumed that she is participating in the referral business, since that is what Sue Scheff does.

The statement, "Isabelle does not charge for her services" appears to be misleading, since Isabelle promotes her FOR PROFIT  "coaching" company on CAICA; and she does charge for these coaching services.
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