Help for the Toughest Job

February 28, 2013 at 4:34 pm 2 comments

Parenting is tough. By getting sound advice from experts who’ve been in the trenches with kids and know how to handle various situations can really empower a parent. For that reason, Home Management Resources is hosting “Parent University” on March 9th at IUSB.

Parent University’s goal is to help parents receive encouragement as well as build positive skills to help with the mighty task of raising well-rounded kids. This day of workshops include a myriad of experts from our community and runs from 9am to 3pm.

The day begins with a keynote by John Peterson of Family Psychology on Parenting Styles and the Buttons Kids Push. Breakout workshops include: Social Media, the Internet and your Child; Homework Without Tears; Positive Discipline; Understanding Your Teenager; Nurturing Creativity and Family Culture; Parenting in the Age of Excess; The Teenage Brain; Trade Secrets from a Mother of Six; One Strong Parent: Making the Most of Single Parenting; and Improving Your Family Finances: Tools for Budgeting and Paying Down Debt.

Cost for the day is $35 per person, which includes lunch and materials. Couples use code CouplesTicket to get 20% off. For those with need for financial assistance, contact Home Management Resources. Child care is also available through the YMCA.

Take advantage of the insights from experts, learn new tools and techniques, make connections with other parents in the area, and be empowered at Parent University. For more information, including registration, click here (or call 574.233.3486).

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  • 1. James Brogdon  |  February 28, 2013 at 9:47 pm

    Thanks for posting a more detailed breakdown of this event. Honestly, I was invited to it on FB, saw Digger Phelps as the headliner and dismissed it. Happy that I gave it a second look on your blog!

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    • 2. revitalizesb  |  March 1, 2013 at 7:37 am

      Glad to help. And thanks for taking time to stay connected with my blog!

      Reply

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