Parenting Skills - Thrive Class
(Foundations for the Future)
Parenting Skills - Thrive Comprehensive Class
(Foundations for the Future)
Parenting Skills — Thrive
2 Hour Online Modules
Module 1 — 2 Hour Online
Addresses parents working with Child Welfare
Module 2 — 2 Hour Online
Tools for managing differences and cooperating with your co-parent, caregiver and extended network.
Module 3 — 2 Hour Online
Addresses family challenges with addiction among parents or youth. Learn basic skills to help cope with the addiction.
Module 4 — 2 Hour Online
Sexual development takes place across the life span. Learn the stages of sexual development in children and youth. Guidelines for what to expect and what children and youth need at each stage of development.
Module 5 — 2 Hour Online
It may be very difficult to talk about sexuality, but it is important. Tools to discuss sexuality with children of all ages.
Module 6 — 2 Hour Online
Conflict is a normal part of life. Learn what conflict is and how to deal with it in a creative and constructive way.
Module 7 — 2 Hour Online
Learn what communication is and how to communicate effectively to build positive relationships.
Module 8 — 2 Hour Online
Fear is common in children. Fear may arise from not understanding and from feeling out of control. Learn methods for helping children find coping skills.
Module 9 — 2 Hour Online
Unpleasant things happen in daily life, and you may find it difficult to talk with children about those things. Learn methods to talk about death, divorce, scary current events, and disasters.
Module 10 — 2 Hour Online
Children may be placed in foster care when families face challenges. Parents and caregivers can learn to communicate and solve problems together to create a positive future for the children.
Module 11 — 2 Hour Online
Childcare programs and babysitters are a common part of children’s lives. Parents can learn to choose high-quality substitute caregivers and communicate well with those parenting partners.
Module 12 — 2 Hour Online
There are many possible dangers in every child’s life, but parents can help children stay safe. Learn safety techniques for young children connected with toys, equipment, travel in cars, water, sleep settings, and childproofing.
Module 13 — 2 Hour Online
Setting priorities and applying the principles to managing time, space, and money.
Module 14 — 2 Hour Online
Children are sometimes separated from their parents for long periods. This can be because of foster care, parent incarceration, military deployment or no-contact orders. Children and parents can learn options for staying connected while separated. They can also learn what to expect when parents and children come together again and how to make reunification positive.
“Each day we make deposits in the memory banks of our children.“ Charles R. Swindoll
To provide a self-directed, online educational class for court-involved parents or other parents in risk situations who would benefit from learning basic parenting skills. The primary goal is to minimize the risk of child maltreatment while optimizing child developmental outcomes. The class may be voluntary, recommended, or mandated by courts or other professionals.
As a result of participating in this class, parents should be able to
All units include several Children’s Time activities to be completed with Babies, Toddlers, Preschoolers, School-Age Children, or Teens.
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