Words of Praise
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“The Accountable Kids program provides a solid Framework to help families meet
parenting challenges with more confidence and less stress.”
Dr. Laura Schlessinger
“This program is a fantastic way to instill worthwhile principles into
your kids and let them recognize the law of the harvest. Too many children
today bear no responsibility for their behavior and then grow up without the
skills or the motivation to succeed. This user-friendly program sets them
on the path of accountability, which in turn, builds their self-worth.”
Dr. Stephen R. Covey, author, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.
"Accountable Kids rises above typical behavior modification. It is a more dignified method that considers the child to be a child of God. With Accountable Kids, the child will actually develop his willpower for doing the right thing at the right time. He learns to live with the natural consequences of his choices. By choosing well, he strengthens his will and develops self-confidence in his abilities. As the Bible points out, we reap what we sow. The program fosters a way of life that builds a foundation of Christian character, morals, and integrity that doesn't feel rigid. For example, privileges are earned and bring satisfaction and joy. Children come to see also that adults govern their lives by the same principles."
Karen Andreola, Author , A Charlotte Mason Companion
“Parents face the challenge of consistently structuring relationships with their
children in a developmentally appropriate fashion. Accountable Kids is an
excellent path of empowerment. Children will find increased opportunity to
interact with their parents in a manner that fosters trust and responsibility.
Family interaction quickly becomes aligned towards mutual goals, and
relationships are strengthened. I highly recommend the Accountable Kids system
for all parents who desire to obtain a consistently positive level of
interaction with their children.:”
Daniel M. Sanderson, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist
“To say the
Accountable Kids program is based on a behavior modification program, though,
is like comparing a full-course Thanksgiving feast to a left-over turkey
sandwich. In Accountable Kids, the quick fix of a typical behavior modification
program has been transformed into a dynamic, comprehensive parenting plan that
encourages parents to be thoughtful, active agents in the process of rearing
Lisa Hains Barker, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist
"The Accountable Kids program is based on the principle of the law of the
harvest: you reap what you sow. The program allows your child to experience
this principle on a continuing basis through choices and consequences. It is
designed to foster positive behaviors and eliminate negative behaviors,
enabling your child to feel valuable and empowered. The program allows your
child to sow his own garden and be rewarded, or not rewarded, by his own
Rene Sundberg, M.Ed.
“My thirteen-year old son was diagnosed with ADHD. The AK program gave him
confidence and opportunities to make positive choices. We knew the program was
helping at home, but we were pleasantly surprised when we learned it improved
his behavior and grades at school.”
“The Ak program has given my son a feeling of accomplishment. At the end of the
day, he can look at his Progress Board and see what he has done. He has learned
that everyone has chores, and he is more understanding of my time.”
“I have observed powerful changes in a person’s self-image by balancing
desired body image with actual body image in my practice as a plastic surgeon.
With the Accountable Kids program, I have observed even greater positive
self-image changes as children are encouraged to bring their behavior into
balance and gain control of the many choices and events in their lives.”
William J. Sear, Jr., M.D.
“I have become a better mother using the AK program. I no longer have to nag and
consistently direct my children all day. Now I feel confident to let them take
care of their responsibilities, and I can focus on their achievements and