1ST NURSE 1ST TEACHER VISIONARY

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1ST NURSE 1ST TEACHER, VISIONARY

FAMILY SURVIVAL TIPS, STRESS & ANGER MANAGEMENT

[_] Self-Care: Having Breaks: “Took care of me” Positive Parenting involves a lot of patience for parents to perform. They learn how to use meditation and exercise for calming themselves. Parents find out that they are less agitated finding creative ways to help their children solve problems when the parents themselves have practiced stress management techniques with: music-therapy, color-therapy, meditation, movement exercises and aromatherapy. Parents enjoy learning how easy implementing the Positive Parenting style is with using aromatherapy for self-care. By inhaling ginger as an essential oil in a cool mist diffuser with lemon essential oil, parents feel the scents helps with calming, focusing, reducing anger, tension and anxieties caused by stress.

[_] Addressing “High-risk” situation(s): Getting Support , Planning for outtings Parents learn from each other and reinforcing what they have learned from group sessions with other participants. When parents realize the way in which positive parenting techniques has worked for them, they are more invested in and eager to share with other family members what has worked for them and how they too can learn to handle issues with children. It’s important that parents have a vested interest in the program and feel valued while expressing the positive parenting material in a way that has been beneficial for their family.

THE DESIRE FOR CHANGE

Parents have expressed a desire to want to continue making the changes they see in their children and are experiencing in themselves permanently. The classes have been well received and parents share their appreciation for the guidance as they have learned how to choose better health for themselves and their family.

For parents who are interested in encouraging their child's natural gifts & developing their talents while addressing their Life Purpose, nurturing, training, and promoting their child’s and building character, "Socializing Our Youth" is an Parenting Program for mothers, fathers, and caregivers.  It consists of: 8-12 weeks

  • 1) Pre-Parenting Survey
  • 1) Individual Intake Assessment & Goal Setting for a child 0-12 years old
  • 4) 2 Hour Group Classes
  • 3) Individual Phone Sessions: Reporting on positive parenting technique & progress
  • 1) End of Classes Post Assessment & Survey
  • 2) Individual Case Management Sessions

HOLISTIC HEALTH EDUCATION

  • [_] Parents are engaged in exercises to learn about the causes of child behavior: Mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and physically
  • [_] Parents set their own specific goals, and use positive parenting strategies to promote child development
  • [_] Parents learn how to take care of themselves in order to patiently and effectively properly manage misbehavior
  • [_] Parents learn how to work together as a team being in a co-parent relationship for the betterment of the family and children

Built into the program are opportunities for individual telephone consultations and case management and mentorship, to assist parents with independent problem solving while they are practicing the skills at home. In the final session the group reviews progress to discuss maintenance and general issues.

TOPICS THAT WE ADDRESS IN OUR SESSIONS

DEVELOPING RELATIONSHIP WITH CHILDREN

[_] Having “Realistic Age Expectations” Parents discover how to guide and advocate for each child based on their level of development depending on their ages.

[_] Teaching “Communication Skills”: Parents utilize quality time by speaking with children daily about their life, all in a day's time.  Find out about their day, their interests, their close friends they associate it with, and the relationship between student and teacher is so key to learning about a child’s character and how to engage them in activities, while managing potential problem areas. Parents are encouraged to Securing bonds “Showing Safe Affection.”

HELPING CHILDREN TO DEVELOP

[_] “Praise” Encourage Good Behavior . Children respond best to Apositive reinforcement. Parents have shared that their children now offer to assist around the house since they have been receiving more praises. Parents also are surprised to learn by keeping a chart of their children’s behavior and marking it consistently they are able to maintain family routines.

PARTICIPATING PARENTS:  Coming from a variety of community sites that provide services for mothers and fathers such as:

  • Prenatal & Childbirth Educational Programs
  • SSI Mental Health Facilities
  • Life Skills Programs
  • Drug Court Re-Entry Programs
  • Community Based Job Search Programs
  • Day Care Facilities: For Parent & Parent-Teacher Participants

POSITIVE PARENTING OUTLINE

1: DEVELOPING RELATIONSHIP WITH CHILD

  • [__] # 1 A “Safe, interesting.”environment, activities
  • [__] # 2 Home: A “Positive Learning” Environment.
  • [__] # 3 Having “Realistic Age Expectations”
  • [__] # 4 Teaching “Communication Skills”
  • [__] # 5 Teaching about “Managing Feelings”
  • [__] # 6 Bonding “Show Safe Affection”
  • [__] # 7 Teaching how to “Solve Problems”
  • [__] # 8 Teaching how to be “Independent”

2: QUALITY: HELPING CHILD DEVELOP

  • [__] # 9  Use Family“Rules, Laws, & Routines”
  • [__] #10 “Praised”:Encouraged good behavior
  • [__] #11 Use steps“Ask-Say-Do”new behavior
  • [__] #12 Setting “Good Healthy Examples”
  • [__] #13 “Budgeting”: Shopping: Setting example.
  • [__] #14 Used “Incidental Teaching”
  • [__] #15 “Charting” Reviewing daily

3: CALENDER: BEHAVIOR DIARY TRACK

  • [__] #16 Using “Rewards for good behavior
  • [__] #17 Budgeting Finances: For education
  • [__] #18 Routinely Using “Assertive Discipline”
  • [__] #19 Having Calm Direct Discussion
  • [__] #20 Managed with “Planned Ignoring”
  • [__] #21 Parenting Routine: “Start and Stop”

4: TEAMWORK: FAMILY SURVIVAL TIPS

  • [__] #22 “Quiet Time” age: __=__  minutes
  • [__] #23 “Time Out” age:   __ =__ minutes
  • [__] #24 Avoiding arguing in front of children
  • [__] #25 Conflict Resolution Avoiding crisis
  • [__] #26 Getting & Giving Family “Support”
  • [__] #27 Self-Care: “Took care of me”
  • [__] #28 Addressing “High-risk” situations
  • [__] #29 Planning activities” & reviewing steps
  • [__] #30 Goals:Utilize knowledge of strengths
  • [__] #31 Child Advocacy:
  • [__] #32 Case Management
  • [__] #33 Resources/Referrals Listings:#__: __

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