Parents are my passion! They're tireless, big-hearted, patient (or at least they try to fake it); they almost never stop thinking about their kids; and they share one core conviction: they want the best for their children.
If you or a loved one has experienced mental illness, then you understand the difficulties of navigating the mental health system in Illinois. Come to a free educational workshop, helping you utilize the legal system to promote recovery for those you love on Wednesday, April 4th 6 - 8: 30 p.m. at the Ninetheenth Century Club.
Support PING! - providing musical instruments and music enrichment opportunities to low-income students in Oak Park and River Forest working in collaboration with public school districts 90, 97 and 200.
In addition to coaching parents, I facilitate interactive workshops helping moms and dads glean empowering insights and acquire easy-to-use tools to make parenting more enjoyable and effective. But it doesn't stop there!
Tired of hearing negative stories about your middle schools? Want to create a better interpersonal environment for your kids? Come join the first of three interactive forums, helping parents reengage with their middle schools.
Drop what you’re doing on Wednesday, February 15th at 7 p.m. and bring your middle schooler to IM.P.A.C.T’s Parent/Student Cafe at Brooks Middle School. This interactive event will prepare you and your child to navigate the commonplace dilemmas posed by drugs and alcohol in our community.
You won’t want to miss Wild About Wellness - Growing Healthy Children in Mind, Body and Spirit, The Collaboration for Early Childhood’s 9th Annual Symposium on Saturday, February 25 from 8 am - 3 pm at Percy Julian Middle School.
Having a hard time discussing the subject of drugs and alcohol with your child? Get the conversation started by attending a fun and engaging Parent/Student Cafe at Gwendolyn Brooks MIddle School on February 15th at 7 pm.