For Parents

To strengthen parents through education and training, thus creating a better environment for children and families to thrive.

                        Check out these sites:

FLB-Logosmall FamilyLife Blended provides biblically-based resources that help prevent re-divorce, strengthen step-families, and help break the generational cycle of divorce.
cropped-super-woman-188501fffda6_1920_edited-1-2 Wonder Moms is a project by three moms to share real talk, helpful information, and practical advice with parents of kids who have intellectual disabilities, Down syndrome, autism, language and speech delays, deafness, chronic illness, and traumatic brain injury.
cerebral-palsy-guidance-logo Cerebral Palsy is a website that covers cerebral palsy which is a neurological disorder marking muscle coordination. In most cases, cerebral palsy is caused by brain damage that develops while the baby is still in utero or during or shortly after birth. Comprehensive information about cerebral palsy and most common types can be found on this website. This includes but isn’t limited to information on lifestyle, financial assistance, legal guidance, and more. Click here to talk with a cerebral palsy lawyer/expert.
klgreer This website will help teach you how to keep your children safe in a technology-driven world. The first step is education! Nationally recognized digital safety expert Katie Greer has been providing nearly a decade of internet/technology safety education to schools, law enforcement agencies, large corporations, community organizations, etc.
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UParents want the best for their children. We do, too. For the first time ever, 15 nonprofit organizations have joined forces to support parents of the one in five children with learning and attention issues throughout their journey.

With the right support, parents can help children unlock their strengths and reach their full potential. With state-of-the-art technology, personalized resources, free daily access to experts, a secure online community, practical tips and more, Understood aims to be that support.

pwh-logo-color Parents Who Host, Lose The Most: Don’t be a party to teenage drinking educates parents about the health and safety risks about providing alcohol to teenagers and increases awareness of and compliance of underage drinking laws.
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Parents LEAD (Listen, Educate, Ask, Discuss) is an evidence-based underage drinking prevention program targeting parents through statewide, web-based communication. The program is designed to help parents…

  • initiate and/or continue conversations with their children about underage drinking and other difficult subjects at any age
  • role-model positive and healthy behaviors
  • monitor their children’s whereabouts
  • provide support and engagement
Talk-Logo-Black The “Talk. They Hear You.” Underage Drinking Prevention National Media Campaign empowers parents and caregivers to talk with children early about alcohol.
print-ttl-talk-to-your-kids Need Talking Tips, visit our page to see how to start those conversations with your children.
brain-development_0 This is a United States Government, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) website with resources for parents, educators, and caregivers. The inclusion of a link on this website does not constitute an official endorsement, guarantee, or approval by DEA
insource Providing Indiana families and service providers the information and training necessary to assure effective educational programs and appropriate services for children and young adults with disabilities.
logo2 The Sonya Ansari Center for Autism at LOGAN welcomes children, teens, and adults to explore and reach their potential through communication and social skills development, recreation, and support services.
The National Organizations for Youth Safety builds partnerships that save lives, prevent injuries, and promote safe and healthy lifestyles among all youth while encouraging youth empowerment and leadership.
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Their mission: To strengthen parents through education and training, thus creating a better environment for children and families to thrive.

Their goal: To deliver parenting education programs, support services and resources, and public awareness initiatives that educate and engage parents and the community in advocating for the prevention of the parental maltreatment of children, a precursor of the social, health, and behavioral outcomes that prevent children from reaching their full potential.

A Parents Guide to Facebook
How do we keep our youth safe on the internet?  This site has insight on rules and tools of internet safety! Check out “Internet Danger 101”.
Image result for net lingo Net Lingo is the code breaker that every parent needs.  Know what the top 50 acronyms and slang that your child uses to communicate on social media!  You might be shocked!  
 Building upon families’ strengths and helping parents create a home environment where children can become caring, confident, and responsible.