Parenting Skills Workshop Series #100
Hosted by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ontario County
Tuesday evenings, March 9-April 27, 2021; 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Parenting during a Pandemic has added challenges. Dealing with the uncertainty of school schedules, work schedules, and often reduced income and support adds to the family's stress.
Parenting classes by ZOOM. It takes a lot of skills to be a good parent, but there are some skills that will really make a difference in how well an adult raises their children. If you are a parent or know of a parent who is struggling to understand what works and what doesn't with child-rearing.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ontario County is hosting a new Parenting Skills Workshop Series starting March 9. The instructors will teach participants five (5) skills that can help parents deal with difficult parent-child situations. The skills are: Encouragement, Can Do, Choices, Self-Control, and Respecting Feelings. Participants will be able to practice their skills during the classes and reinforce the new techniques at home.
The Parenting Skills Workshop Series is designed specifically for parents with children up to age 12.
All sessions will be done by ZOOM. Everyone completing the required classes will receive a Certificate of Completion.
This program is FREE and offered foremost to Ontario County parents working with the Ontario County Department of Social Services and other agencies. Other Ontario County resident registrations will be accepted, if space permits.
For complete registration information call 585-430-0706 and leave a message. Registration form is below or ask your social worker representative or probation officer for the registration form.
Class size is limited and registration is requested by March 1, 2021
Last updated January 8, 2021