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The workshop demonstrates for parents how they can use positive parenting principles to teach children important values ans skills, including learning to be independent, learning to develop healthy self esteem, and learning to become good problem solvers. Pre-registration is required. Childcare is available.

This Triple P workshop introduces parent to the 5 core principles of positive parenting. Pre-registration is required.

Parenting can be a little easier when we have some positive strategies in our parenting “tool box”. This is a 5-week program for parents and caregivers which offers insight into the reasons why children misbehave and suggests ways to manage the behaviours when they happen. Find out how to build a strong relationship with your child and feel more relaxed about parenting. This group is for parents of children 2 – 12  years old. Childcare is available. Pre- registration is required.

This group will focus on Dealing with Disobedience.

Triple P Discussion Groups offer tips and suggestions for dealing with a child’s specific problem behaviour. Parents view short video clips showing other parents dealing with the same issue and are encouraged to share their thoughts with other parents in the group. Parents will be given a take-home workbook with simple exercises and information to help try new strategies at home. Four topics are available for discussion Dealing with disobedience, Managing fighting and aggression, Developing good bedtime routine, and Hassle-free shopping with children.

Registration required – NO CHILDCARE

This group will focus on Bedtime Routines.

Triple P Discussion Groups offer tips and suggestions for dealing with a child’s specific problem behaviour. Parents view short video clips showing other parents dealing with the same issue and are encouraged to share their thoughts with other parents in the group. Parents will be given a take-home workbook with simple exercises and information to help try new strategies at home. Four topics are available for discussion Dealing with disobedience, Managing fighting and aggression, Developing good bedtime routine, and Hassle-free shopping with children.

Registration required – NO CHILDCARE

The Positive Parenting Program promotes a strong parent-child relationship by empowering parents with tips, tools and strategies that encourage age appropriate behaviour in their children. A strong emphasis is placed on helping children learn, develop and grow.

Pre-registration required.

Saturdays, Feb 24 – Apr 7 9:30 – 11:30 Family Connection Centre – (No group Mar 24 and Mar 31) (limited childcare)

The Positive Parenting Program promotes a strong parent-child relationship by empowering parents with tips, tools and strategies that encourage age appropriate behaviour in their children. A strong emphasis is placed on helping children learn, develop and grow.

Pre-registration required.

Tuesdays, Jan 30 – Mar 6 6:00 – 8:00 Spruce Grove Parent Link Centre – (no childcare)
Saturdays, Feb 24 – Apr 7 9:30 – 11:30 Family Connection Centre (limited childcare)

The Positive Parenting Program promotes a strong parent-child relationship by empowering parents with tips, tools and strategies that encourage age appropriate behaviour in their children. A strong emphasis is placed on helping children learn, develop and grow.

Pre-registration required.

Tuesdays, Jan 30 – Mar 6 6:00 – 8:00 Spruce Grove Parent Link Centre – (no childcare)

This group will focus on Managing Fighting and Aggression.

Triple P Discussion Groups offer tips and suggestions for dealing with a child’s specific problem behaviour. Parents view short video clips showing other parents dealing with the same issue and are encouraged to share their thoughts with other parents in the group. Parents will be given a take-home workbook with simple exercises and information to help try new strategies at home. Four topics are available for discussion Dealing with disobedience, Managing fighting and aggression, Developing good bedtime routine, and Hassle-free shopping with children.

Registration required – NO CHILDCARE

Learn how to help your child develop the skills they need to do their best at school, make friends, feel good about themselves and handle problems.

Registration required, Supper provided. No Childcare.