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Parents Just Don’t Understand
Understanding your Adolescents
Parents just don’t understand, is a crash course in understanding the developmental stages of your adolescent. Parents will learn what to expect from their adolescent, behaviorally and emotionally at each stage of development. Parents will also learn proven techniques to communicate, and address concerns with their teenager.
High Tech Dangers
Internet Safety for Parents
Understand how to protect your children from High Tech Dangers including Facebook, text messaging, mobile devices, and general internet safety. Learn
how to set safety controls, how to set rules and expectations for use with your child.
Cyber Bullying Prevention Program
Participants will understand the dangers of internet bullying, how to address it and how to prevent it. From monitoring social media to understanding the laws, parents, schools, and students all have an important role to play.
Childhood Obesity, What are my kids eating?
Strategies to Prevent/Address Obesity Epidemic
The number of overweight children in the United States has increased dramatically in recent years. Approximately 10 percent of 4 and 5 year old
children are overweight, double that of 20 years ago. For most children, overweight is the result of unhealthy eating patterns (too many calories) and too little physical activity. Since these habits are established in early childhood, efforts to prevent obesity should begin early. The “What are my kids eating?” program reviews the current trends and medical research in childhood obesity and gives parents fun and innovative strategies to help prevent and address childhood obesity.
Video Games “It’s just a game right?”
Understand why the ESBR rating system is so important.
Video games can be a great source of entertainment, education, and now exercise. Since the early days of Atari, Super Mario Brothers, and Sonic the Hedge Hog, some games have developed very intense and sophisticated content. From realistic violence, nudity, sexual themes, crimes, drug and alcohol use, strong language, adult concepts and online gaming and chatting, video games have become much more intense than they used to be.
The “It’s just a game right?” program will review the ESBR rating system for games, analyze actual game footage and titles, instruct how to set parent controls on gaming systems, and online access through gaming systems.