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Active Parenting services were designed to support parents or caregivers of teenagers, so they can actively help their children develop healthy relationships, and support their critical thinking, and problem-solving and communication skills development. We keep abreast of the latest technologies, social media, academic scholarship and community-based emerging practices for youth and parents so we can offer most up to date information and practices. Parenting services were not funded as a separate program or project.
Active Parenting of Teens: Families in Action is a school- and community-based intervention for middle school-aged youth designed to increase protective factors that prevent and reduce alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use; irresponsible sexual behavior; and violence. Family, school, and peer bonding are important objectives. The program includes a parent and teen component.
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Active Parenting of Teens 3rd ed. For parents of preteens and teens, this video and discussion program provides parents with the skills needed to use effective discipline, teach responsibility, and communicate with their children. Each session shows parents how to handle sensitive issues such as drugs, sexuality, and violence.
If you've done a good enough job you get rehired as a trusted friend and advisor. If you continue to do a good job, your teen may well even take your advice. It's appropriate for your teen to want to make her own decisions now, and to think for herself.
Target Population: Parents and caregivers of preteens and teens ages 10 to 17 with a wide range of problems including oppositional behavior, poor self-esteem, lack of general life skills. It is based on the application of Adlerian parenting theory, which includes mutual respect among family members, non-violent discipline, problem solving, communication skills training, family enrichment, problem solving, and encouragement. Active Parenting of Teens is conducted in one 2-hour class per week for 6 weeks.
Sign in. See the list. This set of 6 stand-alone videos provides parents with the skills they need to meet the challenges of parenting teens and preteens in today's turbulent society. Visit Prime Video to explore more titles.
Evidence Rating: Promising - One study. Date: This profile was posted on July 20, A family-based alcohol, tobacco, and other-drug abuse prevention program that targets families with middle school children.
Three free unique parenting resources: an online class and access to an online video library brought to you by the ACFC in partnership with active parenting. This Active Parenting Online class combines brief videos, text, and activities as part of the class. The lessons teach you a consistent style of parenting and how to overcome day-to-day struggles to teach responsibility and courage to help your child thrive. Active Parenting's approach teaches effective, proven methods that allow your children to learn valuable lessons from their mistakes.