Consulting

Together we will create, design, implement and maintain an environment (both tangible & intangible) in your home or school setting that follows the child, and both honors & respects their rapidly developing mind, body & soul.


How It Works

Consultation
Our first step is a free 15 minute phone consultation to discuss your needs and hopes for your child, family or school setting. From this conversation we will determine if it is a good fit and if we can meet those desired goals.

Questionnaire
Once we decide to move forward you will receive a simple questionnaire via Google Docs. This information will help in the development of your personalized consulting plan.

Assessment, Proposal & Contract
Once the questionnaire is received, we will assess your needs and create a proposal and contract. This will include, but is not limited to: scheduling, goals, services and specific pricing.

Creation
We will create a personalized consulting plan for you. Because every child is different, so does our plan need to be. We at Radicle Beginnings strive to follow the child and develop the plan according to their age, stage and need.

Our initial meeting is to be conducted without your child(ren) present. This provides us a time to speak freely and uninterrupted.

Implementation
This is where we put our plan into action.

Follow Up
This serves as a time to answer questions and provide further assistance. As your child grows and changes, so does the environment in which they live.

*consulting services are available to any and all adults working with children - parents, guides/teacher, administration, caregivers, family members/grandparents, nannies/babysitters, etc.



Pricing

There is no set rate, as every client has their own individual and personalized plan.

On average, pricing ranges from $60-125/hour.

For a long-term plan, package prices are available.


Radicle Beginnings is committed to serving all those serving the young child. Scholarships, sliding scale pricing and discount rates are available.
This will be addressed in your initial questionnaire