Empowering Parents - A Resource Guide
Children Need Extra Curricular Activities
Children who are involved in extra curricular activities learn many new skills that can be applied to their studies and help them to perform better at school.
They also develop better social skills and become well-rounded individuals with skills that they can carry through life.
Check our extra curricular activities and get your child involved. continue reading
Supporting Your Child’s Mental Health As They Return To School During COVID-19
The coronavirus outbreak has caused major disruptions to daily life and children are feeling these changes deeply.
While the return to school will be not only welcome but exciting for many students, others will be feeling anxious or frightened.
Here are tips to help your children navigate some of the complicated emotions they may be facing with going back to school. Continue Reading
Youth violence is very often committed by youth acting out their life experiences and feelings.
Do you really think that young people want to be so violent? Examine the lives of the children who commit violent acts and one might find a pattern that tells you that the perpetrators of youth violence are hurting young people.
Explore some causes of youth violence here.
Learn A Language
New routines are usually hard for some children to follow and when they do not follow the routine it can be frustrating for parents.
Check the video here and read on how you can get your child to follow routines. continue reading