Parent Education Workshop - Creating Responsible and Resilient Children
Thu, Mar 14 5:30pm-7:00pm
Maria Montessori School Room 7

Children experience countless challenges, setbacks, failures, and difficulties as they learn and grow.  As parents it is important to see how doing too much for your children (from toddlers to teens!) can have long-term impacts. By fostering greater responsibility they grow to become more resilient.  Being responsible and resilient allows them withstand social and school pressures, and are then better able to all handle life’s problems - big and small. 


If you find yourself nagging and reminding your children all the time, or if you notice a lack of responsibility, cooperation, respect, independence, or self-esteem, THIS WORKSHOP IS FOR YOU! Having your child do their tasks without being asked is not a fantasy!  Your child can learn to do things without being reminded — everything from a toddler putting their bottle in the sink, to a young child doing their chores, or a teen doing their homework.  It is all possible.  Teaching children to be responsible and resilient can and should start early, and it pays in lifelong dividends starting right now.


Come and learn from Hilde Gross, Family/Life Coach and Parent Educator, about fostering these characteristics in your child at a workshop on Thursday, March 14, 5:30-7:00pm.  


1.5 hours of Parent Volunteer credit given for attendance.  Please RSVP to attend 



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