Workshops for Parents

riskwithinreason is all about prevention education and awareness for parents, educators, teens and school-aged children. Scroll down to view a selection of workshops currently on offer. Please Contact Us to discuss how we can customize these to the particular needs of your school or community organization.

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*The Power of Positive Parenting: Preventing Risky Activities for all Ages

*Cellphones, Sexting and Social Media: What Parents Need to Know about their Teens and Technology”

*The Teenage Brain: A How-To Guide for Parents

What participants have said about these workshops:

“I appreciated the information I received tonight. I feel now I can approach my aughter with a better and more responsible manner. [The presentation was] very relevant, highly informative and I realized there was a lot to learn as parents about setting good parameters and rules for our kids online.”

“It was a relief to know I am not alone in my concerns. Needing to understand these technologies is a must for parents!”

“Information was very useful, practical and informative. The presentation was very relevant and I learned a lot about certain websites and how to access the information I need as a parent of a teenager.”

To discuss how these workshops can be customized for the needs of your school or community organization, contact us here.

ASK US about workshops designed specifically for elementary school-aged children (Grades 3&4/ Grades 5&6) and high school students.

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6 responses to “Workshops for Parents

  1. Alissa, I love your new website! And thanks for all the added resources. I will spread the word of this great site to parents and colleagues.

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