Parent Training: “Managing Frustration, Anxiety and Teaching Social Skills”
Free training to help parents learn how to effectively manage and prevent challenging behaviors.
Bi-County Special Education Cooperative and its partners are presenting a free parent training on “Managing Frustration, Anxiety and Teaching Social Skills” from 6 to 8:30 p.m Nov. 21 at the Sterling High School Auditorium.
Presented by Dr. Jed Baker, the training will help parents:
- Learn how to effectively manage and prevent challenging behaviors.
- Understand key parent and teacher attitudes that lead to better outcomes in children and students.
- Identify and address the anxiety behind most oppositional/defiant behaviors in children with ADHD, multiple learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorder and mood disorders.
- Learn the seven common triggers to anxiety and frustration and how to create prevention plans for each.
Click on the training registration form to sign up.
If you have questions, please email/call Cassie Tylkowski at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Bi-County office at (815) 622-0858.