All sessions will be held at the Keatley Center, 1202 S. 28th Street, St. Joseph, MO.
Click here to see flier that lists all Fall 2013 Adventures in Parenting trainings.
Note that the first session, Managing the Meltdown, will be held on Mon., Sept. 30 from 7 to 8 p.m. Chelsea Howlett, who works with Noyes Home, will help participants learn how to help their children during a meltdown in addition to techniques to help prevent meltdowns from occurring. Doors will open at 6:45 p.m. Childcare will not be available.
For more information about Adventures in Parenting, contact Bobbie via email or (816) 364-2381.
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Parents as Teachers, a program of the St. Joseph School District, is for families who have children between birth and 5 years of age (prior to starting Kindergarten). Parents as Teachers offers personal visits, group meetings, screenings, and a referral network.