Parenting the Tween Years
NOTE the 1:00 p.m. start time.
Parents with children in the tween years, aged 7 to 12, are faced with unique challenges, as are their children. While their kids are no longer toddlers, they’re children are not yet ready for the increased level of independence teenagers frequently experience. This session will give participants insight into parenting children in this age group and share information about developmental and behavioural issues, peer group dynamics, puberty, responsibility, and discipline. Participants will discuss valuable strategies designed to make this stage of their child’s growth safe, satisfying, and enjoyable.
You are welcome to bring a guest to this seminar to attend with you. Please ensure you check the “I will bring a guest” option in your registration and indicate if you are participating in Halifax or Truro.
At the end of this session, participants will be able to do the following:
• Understand the developmental issues of children at this stage.
• Develop strategies to cope with the challenges that can arise.
• Communicate expectations effectively.
• Discuss the principles of responsibility, independence, identity, and morality
CA Douglas Room via videoconference
This seminar is offered in collaboration with Morneau Shepell through our Employee & Family Assistance Program (EFAP). This program offers immediate and confidential help for you and your family, helping you achieve better health and well-being. Call your EFAP toll-free, 24 hours a day, seven days a week: 1-800-387-4765, or visit their online services at: www.workhealthlife.com