Why do we care so much?
We've seen it with our own eyes. Things were bad before the pandemic. Now, it's even worse. Kids are not only academically behind, they have missed out on precious social interactions with their peers.
Violence of all kinds has increased. Putting politics aside for a moment, we know that, often, hurt people hurt people. And man are people hurting! They're lonely, depressed, struggling financially, grieving, and did we say lonely?
We began working on Click long before Covid and took a bit of a hiatus to relocate our family to a new state. But, we are back and excited to make a difference in a time where the need for human connection is even more profound. Won't you help us offer some healing in the form of a shared story or two, a smile, and some good, old-fashioned FUN?
Hi! I'm Ginny Seeley.
I'm a mother of two amazing, high achieving, truly good teenagers. Having said that, I know (no matter what ends up on a child's "school resume") they are really just young people at the core.
Over the years, I have volunteered as a scout leader, a youth group and church school director and PTA parent. I also have a Master of Arts in Leadership and Management and lead the quality program for a hospital laboratory, working closely with a diverse team of professional adults.
What I've noticed is that kids and adults have one important thing in common- the need to belong- a profound desire for human connection.
Covid took connection from us.
Click is here to restore it!
I'd like to invite you to join me in my mission to help us all, but especially our youth, re-learn the following skills through Click's unique and fun interactive mystery games:
- Active Listening
- Eye-contact and
- Feeling a sense of Belonging through
- Interactive Socialized PLAY!
Click with somebody!