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CIB focuses on educating parents on the effects of divorce on the children.ATS was developed for parents with high conflict, whether married, divorced, or never married.Statewide | Anchorage | Barrow | Bethel | Bristol Bay | Cordova | Delta Junction | Eagle River | Emmonak | Fairbanks | Healy | Juneau | Kenai | Nome | Palmer | Seldovia | Seward | Sitka | Tok | Unalaska | Valdez | Wasilla Class Description: The Strengthening Families program is designed to: 1. Parents meet together for a group study one of the following topics: Child Development; Character Development and Positive Self-Esteem; Communication Challenges; Family Communication; Improving Behavior; Positive Discipline; and Challenging Behaviors. As a support group, we talk about a variety of issues, educate ourselves on resources and parenting skills, and connect with others like ourselves.Decrease alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use, and discourage intentions to use. Decrease emotional, behavioral and social problems in school. After the study, parents discuss in small groups with other parents of similar age children how to implement in their families the principles they have learned. When: Fridays, weekly 6-8pm To make the maze of family schedules just a bit more easy, Parent Groups are held at the same time as Youth Groups, and childcare is provided.Benefits for parents are learning anger management strategies and developing sensitivities to the effects of their conflict on their children. Contact: 907-212-8474 Class Description: Parenting for Toddler classes: Growth and Development, Safety Issues, Communication with Toddlers, Positive Discipline, Stress in Parenting and Anger management Caring for Your Infant Classes: Growth and Development, Stimulating Your Baby's Learning, Discipline Starts Early, Infant Health and Nutrition, Safety Issues, Selecting Child-care and Stress in Parenting.Classes Include written materials; Attendees will leave with a list of ideas to apply to their personal situation to make co-parenting more effective; Attendees also receive 1 hour (per family) of post-class Parenting Mediation or Co-Parenting Coaching services to be used within 60 days of attending the course. Class Schedule: Series (Toddler - 5 classes, Infant- 6 classes) are offered throughout the year Monday evenings, 6 to pm. For example if the children are on Denali Kid Care the cost is .00 for all the classes. Contact: Family Services office, Joyce Guest, at 907-375-3515, [email protected] Description: Classes are developed to provide training and support for families with special needs children. Contact: 907-561-3701 for class schedules, registration, and for additional information.
Contact Creative Solutions for current scheduling (907) 622-9452 or visit our web site at Contact: 907-622-9452; Creative Solutions For [email protected] Description: Classes focus on the care & development of Infants& Toddlers and Discipline for 5-10 year olds. Description: thread staffs a warm-line for families and child care providers, with an early Childhood Development Specialist who can provide individualized child development information, discipline suggestions, or other appropriate supports.
The warm-line is a support line around parenting choices and child development issues; they do not provide ongoing counseling: however they will provide referrals to other appropriate agencies if callers are in the midst of a crisis or need more comprehensive social service assistance. Monday Friday, - Class Description: A group atmosphere that allows grandparents to share their stories, joys, struggles, successes, ideas, and support one another through both the easy and the hard times. Please contact Volunteers of America for current/upcoming class schedule and to register. Supervised children's meeting with activities and games are offered during this time.
Provide information to parents about alternative ways to increase positive interactions with their children.
Contact: For more information, please contact us at (907) 770-4979.
: This program is to equip fathers who are facing economic challenges or involvement in the child protection system with social, parenting, financial, and life skills that will enhance their effectiveness as parents and will improve the well-being for their families.
Class Schedule: Class Description: Classes use curriculum from Children in Between (CIB) and After the Storm (ATS), both developed by the Center for Divorce Education and endorsed nationally by attorneys, judges, psychologists, mediators, and teachers.