March 21, 2019
– March 21, 2019
Connected Caregiver Training - Macon, Georgia
Georgia’s Personal Responsibility Education Program (GA-PREP) is pleased to host a series of 2-day trainings designed to help adults become “Connected Caregivers”. These trainings have been designed specifically for foster parents, CCI and CPA caregivers, and case managers. Through funding from the DHS/DFCS PREP program, these trainings are being offered for FREE for the first 50 registrants.
Registration includes two full days of training and participants are required to attend both days:
Day 1: Talking to Teens About Sex & Healthy Relationships
Day 2: Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC)/Beyond Cultural Competency: Working with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer & Questioning (LGBTQ) Youth in the Sex Education Environment
Building Self Esteem: Part 1 (children under 10) - Webinar
This webinar will focus on understanding how to assess the levels of self-esteem in children ten years and younger and provide an understanding of effective interventions caregivers can implement to build their self-worth and self-confidence. How a child perceives him or herself is a key component to how well a child can manage in school, at home, and later in life. A defining factor for self-esteem building in children has less to do with whether the child is adopted or a non-adoptee, and A LOT to do with how caregivers interact with the child. Whether you are fostering/adopting the most well-behaved, well-adjusted child, or you're handling numerous challenges with a child, this webinar can begin to help you to support the child in your care blossom into a positive, self-assured individual.