These Triple P workshops will help parents navigate their way through parenthood and all of its challenges. This is a three week session looking at the five core principles of Positive Parenting. Parents can use these principles to teach their children important values and skills and offers suggestions on helping children learn healthy coping skills.
Dealing with Disobedience: strategies to help prevent problems and to handle disobedience if it happens.
Developing Good Bedtime Routines: develop a good bedtime routine and teach your child to fall asleep in their own bed and stay in their bed until morning.
Hassle-Free Shopping with Children: strategies to help you manage shopping trips.
Managing Fighting and Aggression: help prevent problems and manage those times when they lose their cool.
This 10 session (7 group sessions and 3 follow up-phone consultations) program helps parents to manage problem behaviors and developmental issues common in children who are experiencing some difficulties or having a disability. Parents learn how to use positive parenting to:
- Develop good relationships with their children
- Encourage their children to learn new skills and develop independence
- Promote children’s health, development and well being
- Manage misbehavior
Who is it for?
Parents and caregivers with children 0-12 years old.
**one on one appointments can be made as well for Triple P programs**
Family Services of Central Alberta
5409 50 Ave.
Monday Evenings 6:00 – 7:30pm
January 22, 29 & February 5
March 12, 19 & 26
April 30, May 7 & 14
Saturday Afternoons 1:00 – 3:00pm
Dealing with Disobedience – March 3 or May 26
Developing Good Bedtime Routines –
Hassle Free Shopping with Children – April 28
Managing Fighting and Aggression – March 24
Tuesday Evenings 6:00 – 7:30pm
Watch for Fall 2018 dates
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“All the techniques were very helpful. Before it was hard just to get Peter out the door without a tantrum. Now I have travelled overseas with him and it was awesome. We have a great little family unit now.”