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Common Sense Parenting for School-Aged Children (Jun-Jul Series)

Children's Home Shelter for Family Safety 113 N St. Paul Avenue, Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Common Sense Parenting classes provide parents with a menu of proven techniques to help build positive family relationships, prevent and correct misbehavior, use consequences to improve behavior, teach self-control, and stay calm. The program also addresses potential internet dangers and how to manage problems at school. You will receive information to help set reasonable expectations […]

Preventing Injuries in Children with Autism Webinar

Virtual Event SD

The summer months bring new considerations for child safety, such as taking precautions for heat exposure, drowning, and playground safety. For children with autism, the risk of injury is often […]

Common Sense Parenting for School-Aged Children (Jun-Jul Series)

Children's Home Shelter for Family Safety 113 N St. Paul Avenue, Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Common Sense Parenting classes provide parents with a menu of proven techniques to help build positive family relationships, prevent and correct misbehavior, use consequences to improve behavior, teach self-control, and stay calm. The program also addresses potential internet dangers and how to manage problems at school. You will receive information to help set reasonable expectations […]

Early Literacy for Providers and Families (2 Sessions)

Virtual Event SD

7:00 CT / 6:00 MT Early Literacy for Providers and Families teaches strategies to support young children’s language and literacy skills to increase their school readiness in home and childcare […]

Back To School Round Up

Ellsworth Air Force Base, Dakota's Club 2838 Arnold Drive, Ellsworth, SD, United States

The Back-to-School Round-Up is a wonderful family event that is well attended, and I appreciate everyone for their assistance in making this a great event for our families. The event […]

Anger Management for Youth (July)

Virtual Event SD

3:00 CT / 2:00 MT Anger Management for Youth is a free, interactive session where participants will learn strategies to identify and cope with their anger in healthier ways. Parents and caregivers are highly encouraged to attend with their child. This training is designed for youth ages 8-17 years of age, though sessions are separated […]

2024 Summer Workplace Readiness Webinar

Virtual Event SD

There are exciting FREE opportunities for transition-aged students with a disability/social challenges who are at least 14 years old but less than age 22 (who are still enrolled in a secondary school) to develop critical skills for workplace readiness and self-advocacy! One of the best predictors of successful employment is the ability to demonstrate pro-social skills. These Pre-Employment Transition […]

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Check out our most recent publication, “Understanding School Testing and Test Scores” created to help parents better understand the data included in their child’s evaluation so they can best advocate for their needs.

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