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"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world;

indeed, it's the only thing that ever has."

Margaret Mead

Together with our dedicated volunteers, philanthropic partners and academic, research and medical collaborators, we passionately pursue our heartfelt goals: educating practitioners and families for the good health, learning and behavior of every child and lowering the risk of mental, physical and emotional problems during childhood and beyond.

Corporations, healthcare and childcare organizations, individuals and families are engaged in our nonprofit organization, The Raised with Love and Limits Foundation, through philanthropic support, volunteering and partnering in our initiatives to bring the most advanced, evidence-based parenting skill-building advice to healthcare professionals, educators, families and caregivers.

A heartfelt thank-you to these Sponsors who have made Behavior Checker research, clinical care and education possible!

Addington Design

Digital Evolution Group

Greater Kansas City Community Foundation

J&J Printing

Johnson County Community College Foundation

Community Care Network of Kansas

Lewis Rice

Meara Welch Browne, P.C.

MTI Events, Inc.

Notes to Self®

United Methodist Health Ministry Fund

University of Kansas Center for Telemedicine & Telehealth




For more information, please call: (816) 842-0944

To Sponsor:

We invite you to help us accomplish our mission as a Sponsor by making a tax-deductible contribution to The Raised with Love and Limits Foundation. Our Tax ID No. is 81-3072843

For more information on how to become a Sponsor, please contact:

The Raised with Love and Limits Foundation


The authors and Raised with Love and Limits Foundation disclaim responsibility for any harmful consequences, loss, injury or damage associated with the use and application of information or advice contained in these prescriptions and on this website. These protocols are clinical guidelines that must be used in conjunction with critical thinking and critical judgment.