North County Classes
Parenting can be difficult but learning strategies can help. Parents will understand why children behave certain ways and learn effective ways to change those behaviors in a positive way. Parents will learn effective ways to help children develop important life skills.
When: 3/19, 3/26, 4/5, 4/12
Location: The LINK Family Resource Center
6500 Morro Road Suite A
Atascadero, CA 93422
Facilitator: Bill Spencer
Call Bill at 805-904-1411 for more information and to register.
Bill has worked as a teacher, counselor and principal in the public schools for over 30 years. He is a Certified Positive Discipline Associate Trainer providing workshops for both teachers and parents. He works with schools throughout the state helping them develop safe school plans to create a more positive school climate. Bill’s hope is to assist parents through their journey of parenthood and help parents create a plan to meet the needs of both parent and child.
For more information: Call Bill at 805-904-1411
Bill Spencer Positive Discipline March 2019
Because the tougher it gets to be a kid, the tougher it is to be a parent!
Held every Monday
February 25—May 20th
5:30pm – 8:30pm
Location: Atascadero High School Library
Facilitator: Patty Ramirez
Porque lo mas difícil es ser un niño(a), lo mas difícil es ser un padre!
Feb. 25 – Mayo 20
5:30pm – 8:30pm
Facilitatora: Patty Ramirez
Lugar: Librería de Atascadero High School
En los grupos de Café para Padres usted disfrutará de una cena GRATIS y podrá participar en conversaciones de temas significativas con otros padres y un anfitrión de mesa, por ejemplo hablaremos de cómo fortalecer a la familia y como conectarse con su comunidad al construir los Factores de Protección.
Este Café para Padres está diseñado para Padres con Niños 0-3
6 Jueves Consecutivos
Febrero 21st, 28th
Marzo 7th, 21st, & 28th
5:30-6 PM (Cena)
6-7:30 PM (Café para Padres)
Lillian Larsen Elementary
1601 L. St
San Miguel, CA 93451
In the Cafeteria
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If you are mandated to complete a parenting class, verify approval of an online class (rather than a traditional class) with the mandating agency. Each state, county, and individual judge may dictate different requirements. If you are court ordered to take a co-parenting class, it is always best to check with your county court of record to verify their acceptance of an online parenting class.
Each state, county, and individual judge may dictate different requirements.
Enjoy the opportunity to complete a parenting course at your leisure – anytime, day or night!
Certificates of Completion are provided after the class is finished.
Visit The Parenting Center for a list of current classes.
Visit OnlineParentingPrograms.com for a list of current classes.
Parenting class offered by CWS for those who have had CWS involvement. Probation and court-referred parents are welcome and encouraged to attend. The eight-class series will focus on identifying challenging behaviors in both infants & children and how you can effectively parent children with behavioral issues. Parents may start attending at any point in the 6-session series; attendance does not need to start with Session #1. Classes will focus on: nurturing a strong bond between you & your infant, how to comfort a low-threshold infant, helping your school-age child succeed, and effective & positive discipline.
DATES AND TIMES: Ongoing classes (weekdays and evenings), see flyer for specific dates and times
COST: FREE and childcare is provided
Certificates at the completion of the course.
Reservations required. Call Lynn Juel at 805-781-1705 with your name, phone number and who will be attending.